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  1. Vintage Forum
    Hey guys, my compression was really low so after finding the shims were leaving too little clearance and causing two of my valves to stay open I ordered the tool needed to remove my shims. However, not the tool. The original doesn't look to be found anywhere outside of the UK and these new...
  2. Motorcycle Repair
    I have a Honda CB400TII and I'm tryin to put the sprocket onto the cam shaft but the timing chain around the sprocket is really tight an there's not enough slack to lift it onto the shoulder of the shaft. I don't know if maybe a few of the links are kinked in the bottom or its its just that...
  3. Suzuki
    I am replacing my head gasket on my 1998 savage ls650 I have the engine tore down to the cam I have the crankcase cover off, cam chain tensioner released does any one have a tip or trick or know how to get the cam chain off the gear so I can pull the head off I just need to figure out the...
  4. Suzuki
    Anyone here know a lot about late 80's gsxr motors? I have a 97 bandit, and was doing valve cover work, when a bolt fell down the cam chain crevice. im getting a flexible magnet-on-a-stick tomorrow to try and fish it out. if that doesnt work im taking the exhaust and oil pan off. hoping i wont...
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