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I don't think I've got one handy. I'll have a look. I'll be rollerising Mark's bike in early September and his is a 'B' kit bike so I'll be able to get a pig then. It's just a 'Spot' in the paint adjacent to the date stamp.Pete
What do you suppose is the reason for that excess ring end-gap? Poor ring selection/prep. Did the bore get run out that much?I don't know that I'll ever have an 8 valve, but know neither that I won't. I hope this is still around if ever I do get one.
READ the header for those photos.That is just a couple of photos that Vasco tossed in from another bike. The owner had installed O2 sensor modifiers. It caused the bike to run way too rich, which caused a LOT of wear.
I SAW and READ the header and am still asking how that results in the ring gap?Not a challenge, merely simple curiosity. Potentially stretching the chain I can cypher out for myself but am not too clear on possible effects on the ring dimensions. Is the ring smaller, the bore bigger, bad Luigied rings in the first place?
I just wanted to be sure that someone does not confuse roller followers and ring wear. The ring wear was covered in another thread. That owner added the O2 sensor fooler, and slowly filled the crankcase with raw gasoline. The lack of lube wore the rings, bearings, chains,etc. I don't recall the exact comments but I think the rings suffered the most wear.I think Vasco was reusing a lot of those photos from that project to go over the rollerisation, so stuck some of them in here.
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