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Ok so i port matched my cases to my cylinders and every thing looks good and matches perefctly.

Now my question is on thearea where the crank site in should i break any of those edges in there?

Where the crank rods clearence location are, there seem's to be a little ridge there and i am not 100% for sure if that would have any effect on it or not.

It is hard to explan what i am talking about, well it is where the cylinder sleeves sit when the cylinders are on the cases on the front and back of the cases.

Am i making sence or did i loose every one?

I can take pictures tonight if need be.


Thanks Bobby
 

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Is it down in the cases, like where the bearings ride? I remember mine having a slight ridge there, just figured it was normal. But this may not be where you're talkin about.
 

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It is between where the outter bearing and inner bearings are, where the crank is @ front and back of the crank.
 

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Ok in this picture with the red is what i a wondering about on breaking the edges or not
Also the blue arrow's i have seen some bike's with those filled in with something what is the point of that and is it worth it to do while i have it apart?

 

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The red area won't help any if its ground because the cylinder sleeves sit there. The blue area is filled when they put big cylinders like a DM becasue they have to machine that area for them to fit in the case
 

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QUOTE (BBIII @ Jun 10 2008, 07:49 AM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=2371Ok in this picture with the red is what i a wondering about on breaking the edges or not
Also the blue arrow's i have seen some bike's with those filled in with something what is the point of that and is it worth it to do while i have it apart?

From left to right,you can cut some of that off,but leave some,thats how oil gets to the bearings,
 

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even on the cubs your blue arrows would be takin down to match the gasket/transfers on the cylinder..There is a big difference you take out between the cub and the stock cylinder.
 

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I broke the edge's on it and started putting it back toghter.

Then come to find out the base gasket i ordered ended up being the wrong one, so now it's going to be sitting longer until i get a new one.

But on a side note i won a billet basket off ebay for $38.
 

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QUOTE (BBIII @ Jun 19 2008, 09:23 AM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=3156I broke the edge's on it and started putting it back toghter.

Then come to find out the base gasket i ordered ended up being the wrong one, so now it's going to be sitting longer until i get a new one.

But on a side note i won a billet basket off ebay for $38.

u suck, i'll give ya 45 for it
 

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NICE!!!are you sure it isnt a bullet basket??LMAO you know how many ebay adds I see people putting ya i got a bullet proof or billet proof clutch basket!.
 

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hell i looked at that and talked with teh guy some. for some reason those look like grooves inteh fingers, not where anodizing is worn off, who knows though, looks like you still got a good deal
 
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