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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 06-26-2019, 11:54 PM Thread Starter
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93 750w

Evening, quick question, is it possible to change the timing chain without splitting the cases on 750w? Does anyone offer a chain with a master link so it can be attached to the old one and fed around the crank?

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Re: 93 750w

You have to split the cases normally, don't know of anyone that sells a cam chain with a master. You may be able to use a chain splitter and do it, but I wouldn't recommend it.
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Re: 93 750w

Agreed. Was a major surgery to replace on my 600.
Was a good opportunity to go through it top to bottom though!
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Re: 93 750w

Not recommended. If the chain is worn the engine needs attention as well. Split the cases and check the crank bearings while you have it torn down.
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Re: 93 750w

Thanks, that's what I thought. I'm surprised this old girl runs actually, its a frankenstein of the engine that came in it and one I bought last year for a couple hundred bucks. Old top end, replacement bottom.
I'd rather find a cheap 1100 to fit in the frame rails than mess around with the 750 again. Know anyone interested in a couple/three gs1150ef's?
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