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PostSubject: Re: Poorly RGV    Thu Oct 04 2018, 21:06

Yep very neat looking welds there....
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PostSubject: Re: Poorly RGV    Thu Oct 04 2018, 21:07

No i'm gonna take my time. Need something to keep me busy through winter.
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PostSubject: Re: Poorly RGV    Wed Oct 17 2018, 13:27

Very neat welding.

I guess the completely snapped brackets were an easy spot but the others were a lot more tricky to find so well done.

I need to check mine properly. I have only given it a quick glance realy.
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PostSubject: Re: Poorly RGV    Wed Oct 17 2018, 20:49

Steve63 wrote:
Very neat welding.

I guess the completely snapped brackets were an easy spot but the others were a lot more tricky to find so well done.

I need to check mine properly. I have only given it a quick glance realy.

Cheers. Definitely worth a look particularly VJ22 suspension mount which is a know problem area. I'd hate to think what would happen if it finally gave up during a track session Shocked
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PostSubject: Re: Poorly RGV    Thu Oct 18 2018, 12:58

andysej wrote:
Steve63 wrote:
Very neat welding.

I guess the completely snapped brackets were an easy spot but the others were a lot more tricky to find so well done.

I need to check mine properly. I have only given it a quick glance realy.

Cheers. Definitely worth a look particularly VJ22 suspension mount which is a know problem area. I'd hate to think what would happen if it finally gave up during a track session Shocked

Think Ben Spies at Laguna Seca on the Yamaha M1.....
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PostSubject: Re: Poorly RGV    Mon Nov 05 2018, 10:55

Finished building the engine now. Just been doing the all important leak test. Found a few minor leaks mainly on the power valve covers which isn't a problem, but also on the right hand inlet reed cage. This took me several attempts to seal before testing air tight. That would have definitely caused me a weak mixture problem. Happy with the test now, all tight at about 6psi and no significant drop off over a 10 minute test cheers









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PostSubject: Re: Poorly RGV    Mon Nov 05 2018, 21:48

Nice job
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PostSubject: Re: Poorly RGV    Tue Nov 06 2018, 12:41

Yeh, nice bit of work there.. if that doesn't run well or look good when it reaches the finishing post, I'll eat your hat. Thumbs up
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