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Just found that its clockwise. Now to figure out why my timing is so far off.
So with some background info, I rebuilt my motor because the starter clutch grenaded itself resulting me in replacing my Primary Drive Chain. Upon reassembly, I followed the service manual for the valve timing...
I'm not seeing any arrows on the spark advancer. Trying to set electronic ignition timing and when turning crank clockwise the timing is way off (test light comes on way too early, but shuts off near F mark). Only reason I ask is because I'm watching a video on a cb750 and theirs is clockwise...
ahh staking, that's the word.
Yeah I was thinking it was a blind hole as well till it fell out the other side and onto the floor.
I finally came across a thread over at sohc4 where someone was experiencing the same issue (http://forums.sohc4.net/index.php?topic=67505.0)
Basically I'm going...
I guess those marks (I forget the term) are intentionally smashed to keep a part in. Makes sense because those marks are identical on all three holes.
Now the question is, whats next? I don't think you can buy that little nub piece. Is this something I can fab up myself given the dimensions?
I THINK I FOUND IT??!!
I accidentally came across this. I had the spring and spring cap and decided to put it together, but the spring just fell right through the hole. I figured there had to be something for the spring to rest on and it clicked.
The part I'm curious about is that there are...
Sorry its been it bit since ive been able to reply.
cxman, I believe I threw away the pieces, but I'll look around next time. For an idea on the size, I have it sitting next to a penny.
Furu14, I'll check out the guides. I've been thinking the shrapnel isn't an individual piece I can...
Unless there's another roller I don't know about, here's what all should be in the starter clutch.
The rollers look completely different and including sizes. I could be wrong but I have a feeling this motor had never been split before because it only has 2700 miles.
My start clutch in my cb350f grenaded itself and found the springs and spring caps during my oil change. I've split my case and the rollers are still in the starter clutch thankfully.
Although, I have no clue what the piece was that wedged itself onto my crankshaft. It's not just one piece, I...
I was just wondering if you ever got that banjo bolt mounted. I can't figure out if I'm just supposed to put a closed nut on the other end or what. I figured it was just a direct replacement for that hunky pressure switch, well at least that's what z1enterprises claims.
I honestly wouldn't pay anything... I hand sanded, cleaned, primed, and painted my bike in 2-3 days. I'm sure he has access to tools that make the job 10x easier and faster. I would have gotten suspicious after 2 weeks. Surprised you lasted 7 months.
Just curious, what's wrong with the bike that you don't like functionality wise? Only thing I see wrong is that damn price tag, then again, craigslist doesn't allow a zoom in feature on their pictures so maybe I'm not seeing something.
While searching through z1enterprises, I happened to find another one that explained it a tad bit better.
I think I answered my own question here. Move along.
So the current 3 way pressure switch is getting in the way and need to find something smaller.
I found this: http://www.motorcycle-superstore.com/3/13/123/26781/ITEM/Goodridge-Banjo-Bolt-with-Built-In-Brake-Light-Pressure-Switch.aspx
Has anyone had experience with one of these and will it...
I don't know if it's to anything significant and the penny is obviously for size comparison.
The motor only has 2,745 miles, although it looks like the previous owner had dropped it. The steering has a slight tweak in the steering.
Not sure if that drop had caused something to come loose/break.