Building a motorcycle engine (Video)


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Building a motorcycle engine (Video)

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This is a pretty interesting video. It's a tiny (70cc) engine, but so many of the parts going into to also exist in the Goldwing engines. How many parts can you identify?



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How come it doesn't go that fast when I do it?
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Ive been into motorcycle engines since I was 13 or so.
Fixed an S90 one time very similar to engine in vid, so proud, pushed it to the gas station for gas for first start.
Got it running jumped on took off only to seize the wrist pin,,,,, forgot to put oil in it!
Fixed that and rode it for a while.
Last one was a basket case 82 GSX1100 Katana, came in a bunch a boxes, took a while but solved it and rode it,, stupid fast, sold it one of the reasons Im still here.
Enjoying the 2xDarkside
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