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We're all patiently waiting for your tutorial, however, if you get too distraught on your findings, don't fear one of us here will take it off your hands Paul B
Chuck, Do a video and play it on the big sheet at WI Rally, then sell copies. Autographed copies of course!!
I'd be interested in seeing how the whole airbox and crankcase breather apparatus is working on your G5. I just learned (the hard way) the joys of an over-pressurized crankcase on my new-to-me 1000 SP. Shoulda' looked that whole system over more closely on my pre-flight check before I took the first long-ish ride. It all seemed so good on short around-town trips. But it was all so oily on the return from an afternoon ride. It gave a new perspective to the concept of a total-loss lubrication system.
There is a service bulliten to clock the stator 90 degrees from what that one is. Supposed to help keeping brush bounce to a minimum.
This is good stuff Chuck, please document everything you do and send it to me for my winter project because I don't have a clue what I'm doing on mine, your pics are going to show me the way on my g5, looking toward winter for the first time in a long time Bruce
[img width=600 height=800]This is the stuff that will have you standing by the side of the road. At night. In the rain. Let's go through it.To be continued..
Nice details, thanks. Would you go with the adjustable vr?
Chuck: What's your position on using dielectric grease? I read a bunch of recent and very interesting threads here on this forum about it's use, and your attention to the elec connections makes me think they would be a good candidate for it's use.My Cal 2 is about at the same stage as your G5 right now, and I think I'm going to apply it after a quick spritz with contact cleaner.
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