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  1. GSXR1100W trans troubles.....

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    You do not have to remove that pin, and the selector shafts can stay in place to split the cases. If you remove the sump and flip the engine you should be able to see why the gearbox does not shift.
  2. Jetting the wp

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    Do not use Dynojet. Factory jet kits are better. I think I used the stage 2 kit on mine with similar mods.
  3. Spray an OEM head gasket?

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    Factory gaskets are installed dry.
  4. CDI part fail

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    For that money you could put in a full Dyna 2000 system! Intermittent problems with stock ignition usually traced back to a corroded electrical connector . . . go over all your connections.
  5. HELP ! OIL LEAK FROM HEAD GASKET !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    There could be a leak from the high pressure oil lines at the back of the head, and it is running around the head along the base gasket.Tthe same applies to the oil galley plugs on the side of the head. Any gaps at the head gasket will only leak water!
  6. My poor 1117

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    Judging by the remaining piston tops you are having valve float problems. Use some Kibblewhite valve springs, and watch out for overrevs. 11000 rpm on the Dyna is safe.
  7. What has anyone else used

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    Rebuild my race engines regularly and never have a leak. I use Yamabond on clean, degreased case joints (I use thinners). Follow the instructions in the Suzuki manual carefully, as there are areas that have to be coated, and other areas that if you put on too much sealer it fills up the oil...
  8. Dyno Jet Kits????WARNING THIS ONES LONG!

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    Factory jet kits are the go anyway. Sounds like your (mechanic) botched the tune. Get him to undo his deeds and get a Factory kit. The instructions are pretty well clear if you are half mechanical yourself.
  9. Has anybody got a part set of Cosworth pistons?

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    I have three 1147cc pistons manufactured by Cosworth, and I am looking for a piston and possibly spares so that I can run them in the race engine. They are nice and light . . . I would be interested to see how they compare performance-wise with the much heavier JE's. Anyone out there want to...
  10. lol my damn alternator! kill me now! plz!

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    re: that damn rubber coupling. Mate of mine made up an aluminium insert to replace the rubber, and Loctited it in. Works like a charm . . . guaranteed never to fail again!
  11. Need some serious technical help on charging problem

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    get a flash light and check that the alternator is spinning when the engine runs. Later models had a rubber coupling between the starter clutch and the alternator. They can break after a while and leave you with no drive to the alternator. If you take off the alternator the coupling is visible.
  12. What 's the thread size of a 93-95 750 oil drain Plug?

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    Re: What \'s the thread size of a 93-95 750 oil drain Plug? I was talking about the 1100 engine. Look for a large cap screw (8mm hex) in the crankcase on LHS just below the cylinder block that blanks off the oil rail going across the engine. Close to starter motor if that helps.
  13. What 's the thread size of a 93-95 750 oil drain Plug?

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    Re: What \'s the thread size of a 93-95 750 oil drain Plug? FYI the oil rail plug on the LHS of the engine, at the base of the cylinder block is the same thread. You would not have to disturb the sensor during oil changes. That is where I always take oil pressure readings on the race car engine.
  14. Oil leak Still!

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    Glad to be of help. I posted it ages ago when someone else had the same problem. I thought it was in the sticky on common WC problems etc . . . what happened to that?
  15. Oil leak Still!

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    If you have a Dyna 2000 ignition look for the fifth hole in the bung with no wire in it . . . plug it up and get rid of the leak.
  16. oil coolers

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    The 1100 oil pan has a special restrictor (removable) just behind one of the banjo bolts (the RH side one from memory). It is used to bypass only some of the oil through the cooler. I am not aware if it can be installed into the 750 pan. I only use the 750 oil cooler on its own, with the 1100...
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