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    .031/.076 may be a better starting point for your...

    .031/.076 may be a better starting point for your jetting with a Super E on a pan (or shovel) stroker.

    Jim
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    Timing plug hole is 8 degrees wide, if it's the...

    Timing plug hole is 8 degrees wide, if it's the usual 5/8-18 hole. If you have an actual rear cylinder TDC mark, and put it just forward of the front edge of the timing hole, that is 40 degrees BTDC...
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    That just applies to the rim being used. I did...

    That just applies to the rim being used. I did not address that. I just commented on how to deal with the spokes in the hub. The rim will determine spoke direction. In my wheels, factory race shop...
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    Methanol requires roughly 2.4 times the amount of...

    Methanol requires roughly 2.4 times the amount of fuel compared to gasoline. That makes your range extremely short. It is also hydroscopic, like Dot 3 brake fluid, so if left in a vented fuel tank or...
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    H-D used rims made in Italy during the '90s, at...

    H-D used rims made in Italy during the '90s, at least. TLA may be the initials of the company that made the rim. H-D rims usually have a part number somewhere.
    That 43662-80 is the H-D part number....
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    And YOU are extremely lucky! Jim

    And YOU are extremely lucky!

    Jim
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    The compensator spacing is accomplished with...

    The compensator spacing is accomplished with shims. There are instructions included with H-D replacement alternator rotors that detail the differences. Primary chain is the same, as I already stated....
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    Evo motors are all the same in respect to the...

    Evo motors are all the same in respect to the motor mounts, inner primary face on the case, and output (sprocket) shaft. The oil pump covers vary, because the oil line hookups are slightly different,...
  9. You need to post the dimensions of the components...

    You need to post the dimensions of the components that you are working with. A dial caliper will come in handy here. Without dimensions, your question is too vague to be answered, because there may...
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    That is not the five speed you want. Find a later...

    That is not the five speed you want. Find a later one with splined mainshaft (input shaft) and without the external clutch release arm. Trust me on this.

    Jim

    Edit to say, looks like someone...
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    I think he means the pump was made (or packaged)...

    I think he means the pump was made (or packaged) in 2000, not that it was for a '00 year model. And yes, those are not bolt-on swaps.

    Jim
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    More solvent and try to turn it. I think you are...

    More solvent and try to turn it. I think you are right, the packaging lube has it stuck. Because of the flat spring between the plates, these pumps can feel extremely stiff, even when correctly...
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    That last diagram makes sense. Jim

    That last diagram makes sense.

    Jim
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    Isn't the bank angle sensor incorporated into the...

    Isn't the bank angle sensor incorporated into the pickup/module on a '00 XL?

    If the starter motor is turning over, the green wire to the starter solenoid is being connected to 12V by some path....
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    You have, in the lower right side of your...

    You have, in the lower right side of your diagram, what looks like it says, 30A breaker, and it's grounded. THAT WON'T WORK!

    Most everything else looks OK except the power feed to terminal 30 on...
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    Post up your wiring diagram. Jim

    Post up your wiring diagram.

    Jim
  17. Spam.

    Spam.
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    I've just done a couple. Half the spokes on each...

    I've just done a couple. Half the spokes on each side of the flange. There are 2 different spokes with the bent end being slightly different in length. Four dots on the heads of half the spokes,...
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    I'm with you. Two thin washers, one on either...

    I'm with you. Two thin washers, one on either side of the screen. That's the only way it will seal up.

    I will add that that filter is also a decent water trap.

    Jim
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    11101 is the o-ring. The washer you mention is...

    11101 is the o-ring. The washer you mention is not used in many shovels, in fact, I have never seen them even in factory-fresh motors.

    Jim
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    A decent 0 - 1" micrometer is mighty handy to...

    A decent 0 - 1" micrometer is mighty handy to have. Good ones are expensive new, but there are so many machine tools floating around, used, now, that you might find a good one for $40 - $60. For the...
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    That white teflon ring is part of a kit. The...

    That white teflon ring is part of a kit. The seals are still offered by Drag Specialties and other suppliers.

    I like the 11118 quad seal rather than the 11101, if you want a rubber seal.

    You...
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    Rear cylinder fires 315 crankshaft degrees after...

    Rear cylinder fires 315 crankshaft degrees after the front cylinder, so a cam mounted trigger would be half of that, or 157.5 degrees.

    Jim
  24. If it is a splined mainshaft, you can put a shim...

    If it is a splined mainshaft, you can put a shim against the splines, because the captured washer in the clutch hub is what sets the installed position.

    But I think the OP said his clutch hub was...
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    You need a clutch shell for a belt final drive....

    You need a clutch shell for a belt final drive. That piece has the starter ring gear moved outboard and will give clearance to the bendix.

    Jim
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