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Author Topic: Real back in the day survivor  (Read 19698 times)


Offline DeanJ

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Re: Real back in the day survivor
« Reply #91 on: Nov 04, 2013, 13:16:21 »
+1 preserve that sweetness  :D

Offline surffly

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Re: Real back in the day survivor
« Reply #92 on: Nov 07, 2013, 19:46:31 »
Got the top end off.
Not a lot of good news...
At some point the motor kind of ate one of the tensioners...




Some oil starvation..


Very broken.



I assume Honda doesn't make these any more either.  So on the hunt for a replacement.
Also going to need to find the rest of the broken parts in the engine.

Joy

Offline surffly

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Re: Real back in the day survivor
« Reply #93 on: Nov 27, 2013, 00:47:45 »
New cam chain guide vs old one



And a broken valve guide...
Wasn't happy to find this, along with the bent valve that caused it.
Just more parts to replace and work to do.
Not 100% sure what the plan should be, or will be for this yet.


Offline xb33bsa

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Re: Real back in the day survivor
« Reply #94 on: Nov 27, 2013, 06:39:13 »
chainguide was in backwards ::)

Offline Floegstad

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Re: Real back in the day survivor
« Reply #95 on: Nov 27, 2013, 07:17:05 »
Nice bike, i have a similar bc 500 untiteled wich i have at my cabin to drag my ass around the forestroads by winter, i got a155/16 dubbed car tyre in the back ,only snowdrifting with it.
Keep it up,they are fun as hell to ride



Offline SONIC.

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Re: Real back in the day survivor
« Reply #98 on: Nov 27, 2013, 11:26:33 »
Yeah I was about to say, cam journal looks about toast

Offline surffly

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Re: Real back in the day survivor
« Reply #99 on: Apr 21, 2014, 13:40:56 »
Scored a replacement head on ebay a while back.
Stripped and rebuilt it so that solves one issue.

Need to rince out the gunk from the bottom end of the motor.  Also make sure no passages are blocked.
Then the motor can go back together and in.

As always I am behind the time frame I was hoping for, but at least im still having fun