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Old 02-02-2016, 07:03 PM
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Slowest build ever...I know. I was able to find the worlds last OEM crank new..It has a bit of a 'waxy" feeling to it now..prob a spray to prevent corrosion. .Ill send that with Piston to Surf and Turf Racing.. Coming into money again..so the goodies are starting to flow....


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The Hinson basket.....
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Old 02-05-2016, 07:50 AM
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Surf n turf is getting hard to deal with, the owner has a second job. Email or leave a message and be patient for Stevo to get back to you or move on.
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Old 02-05-2016, 06:20 PM
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Hmmm.... whos a good runner up Back to Crankworks?
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Old 02-15-2016, 07:58 PM
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I'd use falicon first, I don't care for crankworks. There methodology is inferior. STR is really good if you can get him. Email and leave a message. I'd just send it in and he'll do it. Stevo is a really good guy.
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It took some time to gather all the necessary goods,..the Race Tech suspension rebuild...the crank balancing and so on...I will continue now. Im cleaning up the cases and will post pics as i Move on.... sorry for the slight delay
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Old 06-03-2017, 09:26 PM
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Guys...how are you going about getting the impeller unscrewed from the plastic gear on the fuel pump? I mean i bought a new plastic gear/shaft but if its awful to get off maybe i should just leave the original?
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Old 06-04-2017, 01:55 PM
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How do you know when the crank is fully seated? using rubber mallot..



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Does this look ok??

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Old 06-05-2017, 05:26 PM
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Guys...how are you going about getting the impeller unscrewed from the plastic gear on the fuel pump? I mean i bought a new plastic gear/shaft but if its awful to get off maybe i should just leave the original?
You have to hold the shaft with something (wrench, vice grips) and unthread the impellar. I believe it's left hand thread so pay attention to that.

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How do you know when the crank is fully seated? using rubber mallot..



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I prefer to heat the cases and freeze the crank, then it basically just drops right in.

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Does this look ok??

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Not sure on that one, hard to tell by the photos.
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Old 06-05-2017, 06:09 PM
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right...thanks cowboy....
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Basically the gear clusters themselves i kept together when I removed them. I placed the "5C" fork on the left gear cluster in the slot. and on the Right side gear cluster I placed the "5L" on top and "5r on the bottom ...... Now as far as the shift drum I just put the nub/post on the shift fork into the slot it felt most natural in. I have no idea if your supposed to rotate the drum a certain way or put the nub in a certain specific slot since they just seem to encircle the drum in random snakelike patterns. I attached some closer up pics...maybe someone can see if its correct.









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Old 06-07-2017, 11:12 PM
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OK ,..I have no idea how the shift drum works...I assume when i button it up it will just shift properly... at this point in time it just looks like majic.
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OK ,..I have no idea how the shift drum works...I assume when i button it up it will just shift properly... at this point in time it just looks like majic.
The shift drum just rotates in it's bore, and the strange little paths carved into it move the shift forks (which move the gears) to engage/disengage the different gear sets. You should be able to rotate the shift drum with some moderate pressure and watch everything move. If it's binding up or something doesn't seem right I would triple check that the shift forks are installed in the correct order. If you are moving stuff around by hand you may have to give the gear shafts a little spin as well to let the shift drum move through it's full range of movement.
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Old 06-20-2017, 07:47 PM
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Yea I know it must work nicely in the end , I just cant get my head around it now. At this point everything spins and moves nicely inside,... Anyway ive buttoned it all up and am waiting on some new bolts and springs for the shift mechanism.... Then I will continue the build and post new pics.
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