GL1000 engine rebuild video, parts 1 and 2


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GL1000 engine rebuild video, parts 1 and 2

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as the title says, here are the beginnings of an engine rebuild . new (first oversize) Honda pistons and rings, new primary chain,starter chain,oil pump chain and oil pump. more to follow.
part 1


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Excellent video work.

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Grand Video. Keep them coming dude will help a lot of folk out with a restoration. Top work.

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I'm going to move this to the GL1000 DIY section, it's excellent, and I'm sure other people will want to see it and refer to it.

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GL1000 engine rebuild video part 3

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here is the third part of my engine rebuild .


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Love the detail on the front cover. Getting ready to remove mine this week to replace the water pump.

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I hope I never have to rebuild my 75 ,but if I ever have to ,for sure I will be viewing your excellent Vid. Good stuff for sure.
Feta.

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cool video. Do you have one that is shot in normal speed with audio as you go (i.e. a step by step walk through)

thanks Felix.

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skullyjoe wrote:cool video. Do you have one that is shot in normal speed with audio as you go (i.e. a step by step walk through)

thanks Felix.
no. thats how i work. fast. :D

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Well thanks for answering LoL take care.

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Those of us who work slower use the pause button a bunch. Works well.



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