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Not even a 300 revs low enough to run the drive sprocket straight off the crank.

Maybe he's just fast?
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I dunno about the katooms.. but on the GG models (same setup: o-ring, bushing, seal, nut).. there's no stopper for the seal so you basically only want it in flush. Driving em in too far they start to block the oil lines in the crankcase that feed the mains = not good. Ktm probably have a lip machined to stop this being the superior product they are though
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I dunno about the katooms.. but on the GG models (same setup: o-ring, bushing, seal, nut).. there's no stopper for the seal so you basically only want it in flush. Driving em in too far they start to block the oil lines in the crankcase that feed the mains = not good. Ktm probably have a lip machined to stop this being the superior product they are though
🤣 my 04 had a lip to stop the seal going in too far, and the hole was machined in the lip so that wouldn’t happen. Won’t be able to check the 18 for a while though! There was a Ktm 4t I rebuilt once that actually had a notch ground out of the seal. Bit of an afterthought I think!
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