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Old 10-29-2005, 03:38 AM   #22516
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Old 10-29-2005, 03:44 AM   #22517
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On Glen Cauley's Centax III Tuning tips it says the following: "Flywheel Installation
When installing the flywheel on the engine crankshaft, take note of the following:

* Do not forget to install the 0.5mm shim on the crankshaft, behind the brass cone and flywheel"

Does this mean not to use this shim at all?

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On Glen Cauley's Centax III Tuning tips it says the following: "Flywheel Installation
When installing the flywheel on the engine crankshaft, take note of the following:

* Do not forget to install the 0.5mm shim on the crankshaft, behind the brass cone and flywheel"

Does this mean not to use this shim at all?

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No you always have to install this shim behind the brass cone.

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Old 10-29-2005, 04:41 AM   #22519
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No you always have to install this shim behind the brass cone.

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Opps... My Bad, i misread it

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Old 10-29-2005, 06:03 PM   #22520
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Possibly this won't help you, but it may be worth a try. If you drill holes through the rims at the 12, 3, 6 and 9 O'Clock positions this will help prevent the tyres from overheating. Obviously drill the holes before mounting the tyres and use a 3mm drill bit.

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I found this while rereading all my orginial posts, i assume you mean through the top of the rim that the tyre glues onto?

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Old 10-30-2005, 09:17 PM   #22521
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Old 10-31-2005, 01:05 AM   #22522
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I found this while rereading all my orginial posts, i assume you mean through the top of the rim that the tyre glues onto?

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You can only really do this before you have mounted the tyres onto the rims. But then, yes, go through the top of the rim, so as to allow some ventilation once the tyres are mounted.

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Old 11-01-2005, 02:58 AM   #22523
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I started reading this thread...I'm doing it now for a couple of days...

I just found out that this thread already consists of 750+ pages!!

I just purchased a second hand 710 with Novarossi NS12 and Shark pipe...can't wait 'till it arrives, allthough the season is over....
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I started reading this thread...I'm doing it now for a couple of days...

I just found out that this thread already consists of 750+ pages!!

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Ridder,

Don't worry about reading all those pages of Lord D blah-blah-blahing I censored out all that stuff and put the good parts in the FAQ, which can be found in my signature

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Don't worry about reading all those pages of Lord D blah-blah-blahing I censored out all that stuff and put the good parts in the FAQ, which can be found in my signature

Cheers, Mark.
Ridder....just read the FAQ that Mark took about 5 minutes to put together

Mark...Looking good at the Fort!!
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Ridder....just read the FAQ that Mark took about 5 minutes to put together

Mark...Looking good at the Fort!!
3 minutes Francis

Fort is looking not too bad, you're right I was kicking Julius' butt until he put in that last run I've just got to find that one second to you and then you're history man
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Don't worry about reading all those pages of Lord D blah-blah-blahing I censored out all that stuff and put the good parts in the FAQ, which can be found in my signature

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3 minutes Francis

Fort is looking not too bad, you're right I was kicking Julius' butt until he put in that last run I've just got to find that one second to you and then you're history man
Mark...I'm concentrating on the Sao Paolo race. That's for ranking

Julius...you need to finish a race You must have a weekend work schedule.
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