Will do that.
Thanks for all the input guys. I really do think my cams and heads are ok. Have seen my share of motors with seized cams, faulty followers and other things. The oil looked to good to have that going on. I will still check when I get a chance to head back to the shop. Will have the front bridge off any way to change clearances. Rear as well to change nuts n washers on that note
Think when I am done with the top end I will do the water pump seal, then tackle the bolts on the rotor. Then see if I can get some life out of it. Was happy to see the carbs where clean as could be. Wasn't sure what to expect since it had been sitting for five years.
I noticed that the bolts for the rotor do not change up from ktm. What was wrong with them? Are they just loosening up or acctually breaking?Also what loc-tite are most guys using when they are installing them?