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Old 09-09-2009, 08:35 AM
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Finely feeling well enough to start assembly of Cristine's motor. Rods are on the crank, these raceware rod bolts are the s**t. Will put the crank & pump in the case tomorrow.
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Good luck man. Mine is coming apart while yours goes back together.
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jwasbury: what are you going to do squeek out more POWER, or keep it stock ?Hopefully I'll get to drive her before the snow sets in up here.
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Cristine's Heart

Tomorrow I'll seal her case

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jwasbury: what are you going to do squeek out more POWER, or keep it stock ?Hopefully I'll get to drive her before the snow sets in up here.
Looking good! I'm going 3.5 liter...that should make for some extra ponies.
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Just an fyi dont overtighten the oil pump. Just a little past snug and lock the nuts with the tabs.
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Decided to use the threebond sealing method like Supertec shows. Concerned about # 8 bearing leaking, also using the green O ring seals instead of the blue. So I wait for parts yet again. Looks like I started this rebuild with snow on the ground, seems I'm going to finish her with snow on the ground. Forcast for snow showers next week.
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bump with no updates? this isn't a for sale post...give us some photos or tell us a story, or something...just sayin'

still waiting for parts? that's where my rebuild project is at.
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For some reason my last post didn't take. I had the heads sent back, they didn't match the intakes to the new manifold blocks.P/Cs are going together now, that "C" clip tool is really a Godsend. Worth the money, will repost pics later. Hope you don't wait as long for parts as I did.
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that "C" clip tool is really a Godsend. Worth the money
You're talking about that wrist-pin circlip injector tool? I've been thinking that's a good idea after I saw a thread with pictures where someone sliced their hand open with a screwdriver trying to finagle those circlips in...nasty.
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The c-clips went easy as pie when we did mine. Biggest worry was them flying off into space.
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Nice work Turbo934…been following Christine’s progress!

Back in the day, we used to orientate the circlips with the open end
downwards in our Moto-X bikes (The 2-Stroke days)

Reason being on the power stroke, the inertia would force the clip open and hold
it tighter into the piston groove at 11k rpm.
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Verrrry tasty. I need to get one of those sump plates, very cool.

Do those billet manifold blocks indicate EFI in your future, or were your old ones just shot?
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Ported intakes to 37mm and the old ones were showing some cracking.
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Now you're talking! Seeing these photos of your engine coming back together is getting me fired up about my build. Nice injector blocks - they don't look like Turbokraft's. Where did you get them? I too am going to 37mm intakes with the billet injector blocks.

Nice work!
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Jacob: I had Dave at TRE order them for me.
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