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Old 04-11-2016, 12:00 PM
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The crankshaft was running fine before, the rod and big end bearing are fine too so I'm reusing.

Crank bearings are new koyo C4 fit, I froze them and heated the case with a heat gun, and they dropped down all the way. I did the crank the same way on the right side case and it dropped all the way down. I torqued down pretty hard on both sides to ensure it is in all the way.

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Old 04-11-2016, 01:14 PM
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The crankshaft was running fine before, the rod and big end bearing are fine too so I'm reusing.

Crank bearings are new koyo C4 fit, I froze them and heated the case with a heat gun, and they dropped down all the way. I did the crank the same way on the right side case and it dropped all the way down. I torqued down pretty hard on both sides to ensure it is in all the way.

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If it were me I'd give the bearings a few taps to make sure they are fully seated and then try assembling again.
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Hey guys my wiseco gasket set didn't come with the oring for water passage for the right case. Just the typical paper gasket between the left and right. Is the oring ommited ? Thanks guys
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Old 02-13-2017, 02:24 PM
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Is the oring ommited ?
Apparently, it was omitted from your kit.

You'll still need that Oring. It's nothing special, just measure the diameter
of the cut out in the casting and buy a generic Oring that will fit.
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Thanks dogger I ended up buying the oval ring that belongs in there. Another thing I got my cases together now the main shaft moves in and out about 2mm I assume that bushing and needle bearing will take up that slop when I install the clutch?
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Old 02-21-2017, 10:09 AM
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Another thing I got my cases together now the main shaft moves in and out about 2mm I assume that bushing and needle bearing will take up that slop when I install the clutch?
There should be a little play to allow for heat expansion, but 2mm is on the high side. Make sure you put all the washers, circlips and spacers in and in the correct orientation. Your engine will run with that much play, it just won't last that long with the main shaft moving around that much.
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