Head assembly & camshaft/rockers & piston/cylinder

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Head assembly & camshaft/rockers & piston/cylinder

Postby O.R. » Tue Aug 15, 2017 12:41 pm

Hereby I offer some parts I removed from a complete SR43 engine

* Camshaft with rockers, rocker shafts, spring washers, cam shaft sprocket and bolts plus new locking washer SOLD
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* Piston 105mm and cylinder, see pictures. Cylinder can be used for first oversize piston on later moment €149
(new pics posted)

* Head assembly (cylinder head and valve cover). Cleaned up, degreased and repainted with VHT engine paint black pearl metallic and Motip engine pant silver. Valve seats polished, valve stem seals renewed (but will be renewed again with improved Viton seals from the UK), O-rings of rubber intake are renewed and oil seal of decompression shaft renewed as well. The head assembly have been a close couple since they left the factory. SOLD.
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Re: Head assembly & camshaft/rockers & piston/cylinder

Postby O.R. » Wed Dec 13, 2017 8:46 pm

New pix from cylinder & piston added

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Oh yeah, the last cylinder I sold to a employee of Nimag, that is the Dutch importer of Suzuki 8-)
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Re: Head assembly & camshaft/rockers & piston/cylinder

Postby O.R. » Sun Jan 14, 2018 4:58 pm

Update:
Head assembly: is SOLD
Camshaft: SOLD (Edit 21/1)
Cylinder: pricedrop, now €125
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Re: Head assembly & camshaft/rockers & piston/cylinder

Postby nug » Tue Jan 16, 2018 9:18 am

Did you mark the exhaust and inlet rockers? If you get them mixed up they will wear rapidly when reassembled. Its not a good idea to mix up used components as they have already worn into it other. Has the motor got an issue? I don't see the reason for stripping out a good complete motor other than to make more money from it.
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Re: Head assembly & camshaft/rockers & piston/cylinder

Postby O.R. » Tue Jan 16, 2018 7:49 pm

nug wrote:Did you mark the exhaust and inlet rockers?

Hi Nug, your'e right ! Please take notion of the white and black tie-wraps. :D

nug wrote:don't see the reason for stripping out a good complete motor other than to make more money from it.

As you may know by now, I rebuild carbs en engines for fun. In the first place the engine should be technically allright. And I also try to make it look nice.
And all engines that end up at the workbench, will be dismantled and inspected till a certain stage.

The last engine I bought, I bought it because is should have been equiped with a fresh new piston. But that turned out different. Because this engine doesn't meet my "standard", I had to make a choice. A choice to invest hundreds of €uros and make the engine top again, or to try to sell te good parts hoping to play even with this "bad" buy.
I chose for the last option.

Update 17 january: camshaft goes to a mate of mine
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Re: Head assembly & camshaft/rockers & piston/cylinder

Postby nug » Thu Jan 18, 2018 12:27 am

Didn't spot the tie wraps ! Well done as most people don't even consider such things :tup:
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