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Old 06-28-2011, 08:24 AM   #91
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I can't see anything wrong with the gears. But I'm not a transmission expert

If it didn't have shifting problems before you took things apart and you can't see anything wrong by inspecting the individual gears; then I think you can put it back in.

Not sure about the case gasket. I've only seen my XR500 case and I bought the Athena gasket kit for the XR500.

Since I didn't separate the two engines I used, I don't have the experience yet with putting the case back together.

The third engine that provided the transmission shaft in my photos was already split when I bought the box of XR500 parts.

I'm slowly getting a replacement transmission and other parts needed to put the third case back together.

You will be done before I'm ready to do this
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Old 07-01-2011, 01:07 PM   #92
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This is off topic but I want to show not just the usual pictures of my city. Here is a link to the page the photographer.
http://raskalov-vit.livejournal.com/112084.html#cutid1
Maybe some of it will be interesting.
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Old 07-01-2011, 02:53 PM   #93
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The bike looks good so far. Hows the rebuild going?

Also thanks for the manual. It has helped in some good places.
Hows the riding over in Russia? My uncle goes there for his job (with Barrick Health & Safety) and he has been looking for some trails. (He rides a KTM 525)
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Old 07-01-2011, 09:24 PM   #94
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Ivan,

I saw you post in the XL600 thread about crank bearing dimensions.

I think all the kick start bikes have the same crank bearings, but I'm not sure about the E start bikes.

Are you having problems with the left crank bearing?
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Old 07-02-2011, 03:55 AM   #95
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Ivan,

I saw you post in the XL600 thread about crank bearing dimensions.

I think all the kick start bikes have the same crank bearings, but I'm not sure about the E start bikes.

Are you having problems with the left crank bearing?
I thought, too, that all bikes have the same kick start crank bearings. XR500R has identical left and right bearings. Other bikes have different left and right. This difference between them!
I have studied the possibility to replace the 500 at 600. This is not a goal to do now is only interested in the possibility for the future.
I thought to use the crank 600 but I saw the difference in the bearings.
Besides this special bearings (rare series). Request was made to the Home Dealers in Russia according to the NTN bearing number (HM-SC07363C3). Got an answer - a special series of narrow bearing 6307 (18mm instead of 21). Standard bearing 6307 has a cost of $ 20 in Russia. I wanted to save money, but it did not happen.
Crankshaft bearings:
xr500r:
Left Right -
BEARING (6307) 91 001-MK2-003 (replaces 91 001-MG3-008) 80х35х18
The inscription on the bearing: NTN TM-SC07363C3

XR600R XL600
left -
BEARING (6308) 91 001-MN1-671 (replaces 91 001-MG2-008) 90х40х20
right -
BEARING (6307) 91 001-MK2-003 (replaces 91 001-MG3-008) 80х35х18
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Old 07-03-2011, 11:19 AM   #96
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The bike looks good so far. Hows the rebuild going?

Also thanks for the manual. It has helped in some good places.
Hows the riding over in Russia? My uncle goes there for his job (with Barrick Health & Safety) and he has been looking for some trails. (He rides a KTM 525)

Your uncle is going to Russia?
This is great.
He takes his bike?
In Russia no special trass (routes) for enduro adventure (travel) and you can not rent a motorcycle.
There are only a special track for motocross.
But in Russia no restrictions on travel. If there is a bike you can go in any direction on any road. (exceptions only reserves and some military installations).
Main road between the towns have many hotels campgrounds, eateries and gas stations. (the service is very developed).
Small roads do not have service. (overnight in a tent near the fire). Minor roads are very different, and riding on them this adventure. Enduro bike can get into the most remote corners!!
Your uncle might also think about the journey to Scandinavia.
Rent a motorcycle in Finland and a trip to Finland, Sweden and Norway. It can also be very exciting. Scandinavia has great service (hotel parking lot. ...) And totally safe!!
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Old 07-04-2011, 09:08 AM   #97
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Thanks for the bearing information Ivan.

Good to know about the difference between the 500 and 600 crank. I guess I'll stick with the 500cc for now It would probably be easier to just find a 600 engine and swap the whole thing.
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Old 10-19-2011, 10:21 AM   #98
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I received yesterday a welcome parcel with WISECO Cylinder and sleeve.
I was waiting her one month. But my happiness was small.
I got a sleeve for HONDA HR/XL500 1979-1982.
The seller will change it, but again, must wait.
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Old 10-25-2011, 07:36 PM   #99
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Any updates? Hope all is going well!
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Old 11-07-2011, 11:35 AM   #100
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Any updates? Hope all is going well!
Sleeve returned to the seller in the U.S..
I look forward to a new package with the required sleeve.
I regret the loss of time only.
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Old 11-30-2011, 11:38 AM   #101
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Hi guys!
I got a good (correct) a sleeve 92 mm after 3 months of waiting.
But I have a lot of complaints about the seller. Seller -ATVUNLIMITED!!!!!

Beware, the seller is dishonest. (Liar)

My purchase was WISECO sleeve, but I have another sleeve again. I asked a question the of exchange: have you WISECO sleeve? His answer was: Yes ​​I have this product!
This WISECO sleeve:
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Old 12-01-2011, 08:21 AM   #102
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Hi guys!
My project has reached bottom.
The bike is completely disassembled.
I should only move up (pop up) now.
I have a very large list of parts needed to upgrade the engine.
I have a lot of new parts, the motor in my garage right now:
1. oil pump
2. Crankshaft bearings and balancer.
3. Gearbox bearings.
4. Gear 2 speeds (16 teeth).
5. A lot of gears and shafts (very good condition)
6. All seals and gaskets rubber ring motor from the bottom.
7. spring and Kick detail.
8. Oil and air filter.
9. 2 new ARM B, VALVE ROCKER (in the way in parcel )
10. Cylinder jacket, sleeve, WISECO piston .

I need a new cylinder head parts (valves, chain, tensioner ... ..).
This is the second stage of procurement of parts.
Now it is very good prices on parts. Buying is slow, but I want to have a lot of new parts in my engine.
I should have everything you need before spring.
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Old 12-01-2011, 12:54 PM   #103
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I think the LA sleeve is equal in quality to the Wiseco product and it will still play nicely with your new piston.

I hope all goes smoothly from here. Carefully inspect everything before buying anything else for the bike. These projects have a way of costing more than expected. In the end, you'll have a bike so familiar to you, you'll understand every burp and fart it makes and know what it means.
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Old 12-04-2011, 10:19 AM   #104
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I think the LA sleeve is equal in quality to the Wiseco product and it will still play nicely with your new piston.

I hope all goes smoothly from here. Carefully inspect everything before buying anything else for the bike. These projects have a way of costing more than expected. In the end, you'll have a bike so familiar to you, you'll understand every burp and fart it makes and know what it means.
Thank you for your support!
I look forward to the reputation of the LA sleeve.
I'm hoping for a good job of that part, too.
My indignation belong to the seller, he lied to me twice.
Sleeves have similar dimensions.
The old liner was cracked (I have not seen it before).
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Old 12-04-2011, 12:03 PM   #105
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Ivan, your lying seller aside, don't be concerned with LA Sleeve. They have very good products.
My machinest is very particular and he uses LA Sleeve all the time.

Looking forward to seeing your bike go back together.

Oh, and you certainly have some beautiful buildings in your city.
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