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    Neilx7

    good advice i have only done them lightly as the faces were good :-)

    New ember new project

    Neilx7 Today, 04:35 AM Go to last post
    pidjones

    Today the battery got its acid and charge. Reworked the remaining electrical connections, repaired a burnt out fuse position (#1), installed a bypass

    The Rocket, or pidjones winter of 18-19 rat bike project

    pidjones Yesterday, 09:03 PM Go to last post
    Wez_

    AMC advised me against grinding the valves. He said, grind the seats and "lightly" lap the valves, only to "read' the valves seating pattern.

    New ember new project

    Wez_ Yesterday, 01:06 PM Go to last post
    Wez_

    So I want to modify the dummy light sensor on my dohc cb750. I want to drill out the threads where the wire connects on top of the sensor and tap it

    Oil light sensor modification

    Wez_ Yesterday, 12:54 PM Go to last post
    Wez_

    have you loosened the lower rear tensioning nut and pulled the slack out of the chain. Also, without being at TDC with both #1 cam lobes pointing towards

    removing the exhaust cam when crank won't turn

    Wez_ Yesterday, 12:33 PM Go to last post
    elteeron

    Mine turned out to be a melted connector between the Stator and the voltage regulator/rectifier. Problem solved. The connector is under the seat.

    Hot starting

    elteeron Yesterday, 11:58 AM Go to last post