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    This motor should have orings to seal the intake...

    This motor should have orings to seal the intake manifold to the heads. If it has bands, replace them now, or if it is possible to fit orings, do so.

    Check the mechanical advance unit for wear or...
  2. Yes, that is a proper repair. Fuck the...

    Yes, that is a proper repair. Fuck the non-standard hardware.

    Jim
  3. You really need to do this in a mill or drill...

    You really need to do this in a mill or drill press, and clamp the carb body to the table for good control. Drill to the bottom of the existing hole, but no further. There may be a cross drilled...
  4. If you can't simply install a longer screw to...

    If you can't simply install a longer screw to catch the good threads (and you must be careful not to bottom a screw in the hole, because a broken casting could result), then I would install a...
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    With the kicker, you could. No oil in the...

    With the kicker, you could. No oil in the transmission, so don't run it too long. And be careful, chains are not forgiving.

    Jim
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    Good as gold. Jim

    Good as gold.

    Jim
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    Doubtful, that looks minor. Jim

    Doubtful, that looks minor.

    Jim
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    Do the spokes before the tire is mounted. But, I...

    Do the spokes before the tire is mounted. But, I would not worry about 1/16". Just get the chain line as close as you can, and run it.

    Jim
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    No, the wheel can be a little out of center with...

    No, the wheel can be a little out of center with no issues. If it's a wire wheel, once you have the hub in the right place to make the chain line right, you can adjust the spokes to get the rim...
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    I think the white/black is switched power into...

    I think the white/black is switched power into the module, and should be connected at the coil to the white/black post (switched 12V ).
    The grey wire I think is for the roll over switch but I'm not...
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    You will need a clutch spring compressor. This is...

    You will need a clutch spring compressor. This is a must. You can fab one up pretty easily.

    Jim
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    If it creeps when in NEUTRAL, the clutch gear...

    If it creeps when in NEUTRAL, the clutch gear bearing and/or bushing and possibly the mainshaft are bad. That would be very unusual.

    Jim
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    Yep, there you go, or a piece of wire the...

    Yep, there you go, or a piece of wire the diameter you need. You have to rock the motor a few degrees around TDC to find where the valves get closest.

    Jim
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    If it was running, they were lined up. Jim

    If it was running, they were lined up.

    Jim
  15. You should thank Dusty especially for suggesting...

    You should thank Dusty especially for suggesting the dual fire setting.

    Jim
  16. After a few miles, lay a hand on the oil tank. If...

    After a few miles, lay a hand on the oil tank. If it's warm, oil is circulating.

    You should have an oil lamp or gauge, or both, on any HD to assure you have oil pressure. That's just common...
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    Do both, the weights work in tandem. Jim

    Do both, the weights work in tandem.

    Jim
  18. You have the plug leads mixed up. Leave it like...

    You have the plug leads mixed up. Leave it like that and switch to dual fire and it should run.

    Jim
  19. OK, ignition module is set for single fire, so...

    OK, ignition module is set for single fire, so both plug leads from one coil will go to the front cylinder and both plug leads from the other coil will serve the rear cylinder. That is not a wasted...
  20. Using a wasted spark system for a dual plug bike...

    Using a wasted spark system for a dual plug bike is the most efficient way, but rarely done with the single fire systems that are popular today. There are reasons for this that involve a lot of...
  21. Thread: Covid-19pt.2

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    We humans always prepare for the last disaster...

    We humans always prepare for the last disaster and the last war. We are not forward thinking enough to prepare for the next one. It's the human condition.

    Jim
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    Of the five speed, solid mount XLs, '91 - '03,...

    Of the five speed, solid mount XLs, '91 - '03, there isn't much difference. The frame was changed in '94 to eliminate the droopy rear fender struts.The primary cover was also changed in '94. In evos,...
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    It's just part of tuning. Tuning involves all the...

    It's just part of tuning. Tuning involves all the systems that effect how the motor runs. (Not to mention chassis tuning, not the subject of this thread.)

    In this electronic age, we can often...
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    If you are talking about evo XLs, you want to...

    If you are talking about evo XLs, you want to steer clear of the four speed ones. And in '04 they started rubber mounting the motor, and they got bigger and heavier.

    Jim
  25. If each coil has a wire to a front and a rear...

    If each coil has a wire to a front and a rear plug, it should run just fine on one coil. What brand and type of ignition is it, can you post some pics? Channeling Tattooo here.

    Jim
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