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November 2nd, 2017, 06:49 AM   #101
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These two gears in the picture below, are they purely for the electric start system? Mines no starter motor so can I get rid of these two? Think. One is just and idler the other the sprage?

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Yes you can remove them both they are only for the E start (the smaller one is the torque limiter and the larger is the freewheel)
Keep them in case you ever want to re fit the E start
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I doubt I'll ever sell this like it or not

I'll remove the gears, probably best to remove the bearings too.

I think whilst the engine is so accessible it maybe worth taking the motor out and giving it a rebuild?

Any one give a rough cost total in parts for a build?

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The head makes me think this hadn't been done for a long time

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Piston and liner look surprisingly good.

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Found this on the manual decomp too. Guessing I'll remove that to.

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The engines out. Used some cheap fairy lights I had in the cupboard to see in my garage. Think it looks a bit dodgy. It did the job though.


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The engine has been split. I'm amazed how good the inside looks! Pretty clean. All the bearings feel smooth. I'm still going to change them all and start a fresh. It's looking more and more like I'm just going to refurbish the entire bike. Now the engines out I may aswell sort the frame. I'll have to take the forks out, may aswell get them looked at, it's just keeps going. Should be awesome when it's done though.

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Bit of an update.

The cases are now split and stripped all bearings are now out and awaiting replacement.

I gently heated the whole casing then rapidly cooled each bearing. I had my big hammer but wasn't required at all. Came out easy enough.

I must say Mrs Greg wasn't happy at all my engine was in the oven, she thought I'd made a start on dinner. Well until she opened it to see what it was

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should have done the eggs while you were there!

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