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Old 10-11-2012, 01:43 PM   #13
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It looks like everyone here suggests fixing it up and making it runs again.

After this powerful clip which I believe many of you might have watched already.

And spent some time on this thread,

I have a pretty clear direction about this bike at this point. Let's having the fun begins.

For taking the engine off, the exhaust must be off first. Those 2-1 is major pain in the butt to take off with everything all connected together and sealed with rusty.

After some cooking and working on the top end and the cylinder, it's actually not as bad as I expected.

I mean I actually cooked it,

The problem is the piston is sized .....

Any suggestions??
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