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Old 12-28-2013, 05:13 PM   #19051
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I have the one I just removed from my XR, it's being replaced with a Hinson. It's got some grooves worn in it and was the reason for the upgrade. Let me know if your interested. I can send some pics.

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Well I don't want to replace it with a crap one if I can get a new one for 160, but if it isn't too bad and the price is right. I'll pm u.


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Old 12-28-2013, 05:30 PM   #19052
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Put a penny in the gear teeth. Somewhere I have a tool. Used a battery impact last time on the nut.

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Old 12-28-2013, 06:26 PM   #19053
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Put a penny in the gear teeth. Somewhere I have a tool. Used a battery impact last time on the nut.

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The inner clutch hub is independent of the outer basket. I was trying to torque down the clutch hub nut, which is connected to the primary transmission shaft. Basically you need to mate a friction plate with a steel plate and then do the penny thing. I did it with a screwdriver and two vise grips instead. Thus my $160 mistake. I was wondering though how close the 650r and 650l baskets are. Ebc makes a nice looking clutch tool, but they forgot to make one for the 650r.



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Old 12-28-2013, 06:47 PM   #19054
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Has anyone measured various head gaskets or base gaskets and found one that's thicker than stock? I need to gain a couple thousandths extra clearance between the piston and head due to my engine being rebuilt one too many times.
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Old 12-28-2013, 06:54 PM   #19055
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I know the 650R has rubber cushions in the gear on the back of the clutch whereas the 650L as cush drive in the rear hub.

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Old 12-28-2013, 06:54 PM   #19056
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The inner clutch hub is independent of the outer basket. I was trying to torque down the clutch hub nut, which is connected to the primary transmission shaft. Basically you need to mate a friction plate with a steel plate and then do the penny thing. I did it with a screwdriver and two vise grips instead. Thus my $160 mistake. I was wondering though how close the 650r and 650l baskets are. Ebc makes a nice looking clutch tool, but they forgot to make one for the 650r.



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If you have an old worn out clutch just pop rivet two friction plates to a steel plate and you have a free clutch holding tool. Start out by drilling three holes, 120 deg. apart into one friction plate. Slide into place in the clutch and mark the holes you drilled on the steel plate already installed. Remove and drill. Repeat with the second friction plate. Rivet the three plates together. Done.
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Old 12-28-2013, 06:57 PM   #19057
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If you have an old worn out clutch just pop rivet two friction plates to a steel plate and you have a free clutch holding tool. Start out by drilling three holes, 120 deg. apart into one friction plate. Slide into place in the clutch and mark the holes you drilled on the steel plate already installed. Remove and drill. Repeat with the second friction plate. Rivet the three plates together. Done.

That's what I will be doing once I get my new basket more than likely.


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Old 12-28-2013, 07:51 PM   #19058
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Check the rubber seal in the petcock. They like to rot and clog up the float needle.

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i'll have to check that out. when I replaced the tank a few months ago the seal looked ok, but I'll have to look again.
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Old 12-29-2013, 09:56 AM   #19059
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Hey guys, almost ready to start installing piston an head on my 650R and question is when torqueing down the head should I torque down the head in 10 FT pound increments or go half way as I work up to the 49 ft lbs it states in the manual. Do I need to go all the way to 49 ft lbs? Seems like a lot of torque. One more thing, does anyone know of a muffler other than stock that does not require having to repack the thing every so often? Thanks in advance.
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Old 12-29-2013, 11:08 AM   #19060
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Hey guys, almost ready to start installing piston an head on my 650R and question is when torqueing down the head should I torque down the head in 10 FT pound increments or go half way as I work up to the 49 ft lbs it states in the manual. Do I need to go all the way to 49 ft lbs? Seems like a lot of torque. One more thing, does anyone know of a muffler other than stock that does not require having to repack the thing every so often? Thanks in advance.
Some people never repack the exhaust , it gets louder and you might loose some power but nothing major will happen , i like to repack mine now and again just to keep it as quiet as possible .
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Old 12-29-2013, 12:00 PM   #19061
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Some people never repack the exhaust , it gets louder and you might loose some power but nothing major will happen , i like to repack mine now and again just to keep it as quiet as possible .
I had read somewhere that it needed the back pressure to run properly is all.
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Old 12-29-2013, 12:50 PM   #19062
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I assume you mean you added rebound damping to Borynack et al's stack,
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Old 12-29-2013, 12:54 PM   #19063
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Does anyone know if a R&D Flex Jet Fuel Mixture Screw will work on a Mikuni TM40? I'm assuming it will but I figured one of y'all would know for sure.

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Old 12-29-2013, 08:01 PM   #19064
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Hey guys, almost ready to start installing piston an head on my 650R and question is when torqueing down the head should I torque down the head in 10 FT pound increments or go half way as I work up to the 49 ft lbs it states in the manual. Do I need to go all the way to 49 ft lbs? Seems like a lot of torque. One more thing, does anyone know of a muffler other than stock that does not require having to repack the thing every so often? Thanks in advance.
Evening! I just got done rebuilding my 650R and torqued the head to 49 ft/lbs no problem. I first torqued to 30 pounds and then went to 49.
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Old 12-29-2013, 08:06 PM   #19065
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Does anyone know if a R&D Flex Jet Fuel Mixture Screw will work on a Mikuni TM40? I'm assuming it will but I figured one of y'all would know for sure.



Speaking of remote screw thingys that go on carbs, anyone have a remote idle screw for a edelbrock carb, I'm still mad edelbrock stopped making that stuff.
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