I know the Enfield factory in India is building (pretty good looking) scramblers at the moment, but this is not a factory scrambler, hence 'custom' in the topic title. The plan is to built a (sort of period correct) scrambler to have some fun on the back roads and forest trails. I bought a (very cheap) Indian Enfield in parts. It was built somewhere in the seventies. During the last ride, roughly 23 years ago, 'something went wrong inside the engine'. The previous owner couldn't tell me any more than that. I guess I'll find out... It's a 350cc. I know they are slow, but if I want to go fast, I have a pretty fast Airhead, if I want to go far, I have a custom CB750 K2. At least half of the fun will be working on/building the bike, so all in all I don't really care that it is going to be slooooooow. The bike has a triumph front wheel (bigger drumbrake, nice) and all bearings replaced. Somehow it has done a miraculous 60.000 kilometers: Which is respectable for an Indian Enfield as far as I've understood from various sources on the internet. Last night I had a closer look at the engine And I already located part of the problem, look at the thread: This is supposed to drive the oil pomp, of which teh axle doesn't look too good either: The oil pump is stuck. I suspect that debris from other damage to the engine (big end?) is blocking it. I will need to find some English tools so I can open the engine. General and not so general advise is always welcome!