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    Talkinggetting the tard powerd up

    time to put it together

    setting the table


    little bit of lube


    my wiev to the left


    some milling adjustment of the chain guide


    to keep it clear of the sprocket


    here we go


    new shims and lubed up


    prepped for step 2 BB installation







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    rings on





    tada


    E-base gasket


    gasket on


    to prevent dropping the clip into the motor





    cylinder on


    some gasketglue








    check the TDC and adjust the cams


    thighten







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    Good job

    It's about time slacko. When did you destroy it? September?

    It's about time you showed up here too. Del has been copping too much heat without you.
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    dang fulla - you're not shy with that lube are ya and whats with the condom on ya hand


    Nice to see ya back anyhow
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patch11 View Post
    ... and whats with the condom on ya hand

    Safe sex! He's f#$king that engine
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    Figures you would find hot pink lube, Lasse.
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    Good work, bet it'll pull really well now



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    Nice work.

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    don't forget to dial those cams in


    cheers stu

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