Engine noise and vibration

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Engine noise and vibration

Postby Ernestee0 » Wed Aug 06, 2014 5:38 am

Yesssss , it worked , I bought a 86 ' Aspy with major vibration in the engine on decel , this was caused by the alternator damper !!!!!!
The balancing balls in the damper were stuck , because of " normal " wear of the friction material in the damper . This damper is high tech with balancing balls in oil and frction material and springs.
I machined 0.3 millimeter of the adjacent carrier for the damper springs , reassembled and voila , a beautiful running gl1200 ,with a nice whirring sound when shifting and letting the revs drop.I took me to engine pulls ( removal ) and a lot of reading to solve this riddle .
Even after full disassembly of the engine I was still puzzled :?: , I got it to work again say the word !!!!!! :D

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Re: Engine noise and vibration

Postby redial » Sat Aug 09, 2014 10:40 pm

See! It is easy once you concentrate :D
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