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 on: Today at 08:02:17 PM 
Started by BalintHU - Last post by BalintHU
Hello guys. I didnt have time to upload, now i did it!
Here is the link:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=73L3VQKoL9c&feature=youtu.be

You can here there the engine's ticking, i moved the camera around the engine, heads etc... (The engine is now cold.)

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 on: Today at 06:52:21 PM 
Started by Renstar - Last post by Cloud

If you want your bike to go really fast, put me in the driving seat.

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 on: Today at 03:30:42 PM 
Started by albertinhouston - Last post by albertinhouston
Got a chance to dig into it.
The locking pin that holds the magneto in place sheered off. So the  mag. Slid off it point. But the time i found the problem all the cams were out already. 

Threw it back together tried to start it... Nothing.    after a few min. i see the right control not pluged in. Take care of that and bam. Cranked up instantly. I guess thats what happens when u work on things at 230 in the morn.
Ill post pics on monday from work

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 on: Today at 02:55:52 PM 
Started by McLaren - Last post by McLaren
Here's a video to show what I meant by the bike sounding like it gets faster every so often when it's turning over. I just poured some fuel through the carbies prior to starting that vid.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UpKnmj_XWiQ

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 on: Today at 02:23:43 PM 
Started by McLaren - Last post by McLaren
Regardless, your putting fuel in a cylinder and squishing it, if its goes bang whatever is attached to the crank, fooked or not will clatter more if you can ignite that cylinder. Your not getting a bang.

I'm not 100% convinced that I'm not getting an ignition. I know it sounds strange, but turning it over does sound different now that I've replaced the CDI and the spark plugs are working. When I turn it over now, it sounds like it periodically increases in speed but just doesn't start. My logic was that the first ignition is happening, trying to move the engine a bit faster but the starter clutch is stopping anything from happening.

The only other thing would be if the crank is locked and your not pushing the pistons up and down which could well be where your looking with the starter caper. Them scrapes don't look like bad machining, they look like somethings got behind it. Look down the bores, can you see pistons moving up and down if you rotate it manually?

I turned the flywheel by hand and I believe it's moving the cylinders because it's at first very hard to turn (what I assume is a compression cycle) then becomes easy, and then repeats.

I agree that it looks like something has gotten behind it, which only increased my suspicions that something has broken off the starter gear or starter clutch.

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 on: Today at 02:05:57 PM 
Started by McLaren - Last post by Joss
Regardless, your putting fuel in a cylinder and squishing it, if its goes bang whatever is attached to the crank, fooked or not will clatter more if you can ignite that cylinder. Your not getting a bang.

The only other thing would be if the crank is locked and your not pushing the pistons up and down which could well be where your looking with the starter caper. Them scrapes don't look like bad machining, they look like somethings got behind it. Look down the bores, can you see pistons moving up and down if you rotate it manually?

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 on: Today at 01:59:29 PM 
Started by Renstar - Last post by Joss
LOL, I knew the s1000 would come into it. I like them, but my heart is with the R1, I'd like the R6 before hand, if I live long enough on that, then R1.

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 on: Today at 12:41:34 PM 
Started by Renstar - Last post by umop-ǝpisdn
What ever you like!

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 on: Today at 10:47:25 AM 
Started by McLaren - Last post by McLaren
Yeah I wanted to but I didn't have the kit for it. Though I left some of the story out which makes me think it's starter clutch. First and foremost I've had a progressively harder and harder time starting it for months, and sometimes when starting it it would make a thumping sound. I'd been meaning to investigate it for a while but I just hadn't got around to it.

Then one day I was riding home and it just died on me. The symptoms are exactly what this bloke described -

http://korider.com/index.php?topic=15975.0

And sure enough the bike wasn't turning over, so I replaced the starter. Then the bike wasn't sparking, so I had to replace the CDI. Now I'm just lacking the start.

Further the fact that the the gear isn't turning independently from the flywheel in one direction proves there's a problem there doesn't it? I was under the impression that would be justification enough to remove it. Lastly I noticed that there were some scratch marks behind the gear that I was a bit concerned about -



Though I'm not sure what has caused that.

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 on: Today at 10:45:19 AM 
Started by Renstar - Last post by humanballistics
Maybe then use the R1 as a part exchange for a BMW S100RR
i wondered when things would get fun...
Of course my question with litre bikes is: what do u do with the other 6 gears when ur on the road

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