Engine assy. 2


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Mr moe
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Engine assy. 2

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Where does the orifice go on a GL1100 engine?
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Re: Engine assy. 2

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That is different than the orifice in the head of the 82/83 gl1100
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Yes it is. Still not sure were it goes
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1983 GL1100A Wineberry 36,000 miles

1975 CB750 K5 Planet Blue 7,800 miles

1976 CB750 K6 Anterris Red 25,000 miles

Past rides
1999A Restored from PO neglect & sold at 19,000 miles

1999SE Totaled by cager at 105,000 miles

Re: Engine assy. 2

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I have not seen that orifice on al 1100
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Re: Engine assy. 2

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Well figured it out.
The primary chain oiler is shown in the right hand case.
Below that oiler, which presses into the case, is the orifice
that controls the amount of oil getting to the chain.

I guess you got to take them apart, to understand them.
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