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    pidjones

    Shims on order, oil and filter changed (photo to come), and initial compression test done. MUCH better than I had feared. Was afraid there would be some

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

    pidjones Today, 11:32 AM Go to last post
    gatorforge

    Alright, here are the rest of the parts I have up for sale. If you have any questions about condition or would like more pictures, please ask and I would

    Lots of Cb750 Parts ... And more to come

    gatorforge Today, 08:46 AM Go to last post
    pidjones

    I agree. In the Navy, we would use Prussian Blue to check valve contact. I did that on my GL1000 heads after having seats ground ($10 and 10 minutes!)

    New ember new project

    pidjones Today, 06:56 AM Go to last post
    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