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09-15-2018 12:08 AM
theknurl
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Quote:
Originally Posted by ViggenF4 View Post
There were deep marks at the bottom of the crankcase too, i cant live knowing they are there….

Not willing to weld and paint, its never gona look 100%.
Too funny......
1 find a better welder
2 learn how to paint
3 get real, it's just the bottom of a motorcycle engine that's hidden, its not La Gioconda

Now, if it was this I would understand, Ferrari #0626 Juan Manuel Fangio's 290 MM
09-05-2018 02:33 AM
ViggenF4 There were deep marks at the bottom of the crankcase too, i cant live knowing they are there….

Not willing to weld and paint, its never gona look 100%.
09-04-2018 07:40 PM
theknurl
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Quote:
Originally Posted by ViggenF4 View Post
Yes i meant the clutch cover, and bottom of two bolts on the front of the engine were showing deep marks from "sliding". I would love the engine to be intact. Just have to keep saving to get me one thats really mint i suppose….
ViggenF4;
Reality check.....
There are 150+ clutch covers on eBay right now......even new ones cheap
Or strip the paint have the scrapes welded and repaint it

Bolts are cheap!
09-04-2018 12:11 AM
ViggenF4 Yes i meant the clutch cover, and bottom of two bolts on the front of the engine were showing deep marks from "sliding". I would love the engine to be intact. Just have to keep saving to get me one thats really mint i suppose….
09-03-2018 11:35 PM
theknurl
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Originally Posted by ViggenF4 View Post
Well it had rash from an crash, so back to square one.... Not just minor, but proper chunks off the bottom of the right side covers.

Looked good on the inside though, but left it there.
No cover on the right side of the motor, just the cases.....
If it didn't get into the oil gallery......negotiate a lower price and just epoxy the cases
If it's into the oil gallery......offer the seller 150€
PM me and I'll tell you how to fix it
09-02-2018 06:11 AM
ViggenF4 Well it had rash from an crash, so back to square one.... Not just minor, but proper chunks off the bottom of the right side covers.

Looked good on the inside though, but left it there.
09-01-2018 03:32 AM
ViggenF4 Injectors (IWP162) are to be found locally if needed, many Italian car makers use the same stuff, ie Lancia, Alfa and bike makers Aprilia, Harley etc. Have to go and see the engine, its promised to be mint, but i wanna see under valve cover before purcase.

Seems that TB:s are advertised to fit all years from 1999-2008, truth might be different though.

Keep you posted on this.
08-31-2018 10:47 PM
theknurl
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The 750 air box will work
Measure your 750 throttle bodies, if they are 43mm, all you'll need
is a chip and 4 injectors

I have plenty of 43mm throttle bodies, but no injectors, so they'd be cheap
08-31-2018 03:21 AM
ViggenF4 Thanks, i was thinking it might be so.
08-30-2018 10:57 PM
theknurl
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910 and 1000S throttle bodies are 43mm, I don't know the size of 750
throttle bodies
Measure yours
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