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May 23rd, 2018, 03:41 AM   #81
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Thanks for the pics. is this from TR?

Incidentally, re. shipping times, I think I can recommend MyUS.com. You get a shipping address in Florida, mostly free or very cheap and fast shipping within the US, they hold and consolidate into one bigger box, and end with very fast tracked shipping with FedEx or DHL directly to you – I get my packages in 2-4 days to my house in Iceland. Final shipping cost is very fair and by weight only. Total game changer. Not sure if it applies in this case, if it does this is a very useful service. Thanks to Bushie for recommending it initially.
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The problem is postnord in Sweden. They privatized the postal service and it turned shit.
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Is there a recommendation for a timing chain beyond the OEM? I have no issues with the OEM (maybe price), just that I ‘think’ I may have read differences in length. Quality?

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Slowly getting there.

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My projects are standing still as it's finally summer. TR took all of the dark winter when I planned to do it.
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My projects are standing still as it's finally summer. TR took all of the dark winter when I planned to do it.
There just isnít enough time in the day, plus I take on too much. Iím my own worst enemy in this regard.

When I finish putting this 610 together Iíll start stripping the blown motor for the rebuild into the 663. Iíll enjoy doing that being decades since I pulled a motor apart completely.
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At the stage of turning it over, which it does. No fuel pump action by the sound of things. You donít get that whir you normally get.

I havenít had a motor in this bike as I bought it with the blown motor out. Iím using the tank off the FX450. Two connectors on that but I can only find one on the bike loom. Iím thinking one is for the fuel pump and if there was a second it would be for the low level?

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Found it guys.

If using the later tank with low level connector on the ‘09 you need to bridge this connector to get the pump to work.
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I was told by a friend that if I go 600+ I should lower the rev limiter. He knows of quite a few ruined 610/660s in australia and dubai that were driven as normal 570s and they cant take the same revs over time.
He recommended me to ask thumper racing for their recommendation. I have to contact them anyway to ask the status on my 590..
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