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  • #31
    Originally posted by Krackers View Post
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    I'd need a finger rebuild after all that typing Karl.
    011 kato 300
    xcf 350

    I was amazed at the 350 though. It doesn't have the power of a 450 but has more than a 250, so it was just like riding a bike in between the two, wow.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by pesky View Post
      I'd need a finger rebuild after all that typing Karl.
      Send it my way, I'll warm it right up for you and then you can have it back, fully rebuilt.

      I'd wash it though...
      Thanks for just being human.

      Top/bottom end rebuild thread CRF250X.. Click here.

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      • #33
        So, I spent some time in the shed preparing my workspace, collecting all my brand name tools and just ripping shit off the bike to make me feel like I'm getting somewhere.

        I'll be putting on a Magura hydraulic clutch kit too, and a new Barnett clutch basket, Barnett clutch plates and other shit which costs too much money.

        Disco has been ever helpful as usual. I don't even really know what the parts on the list I've ordered are for, but he assures me they are for fixing the Docklands wheel. I think the bearings and seals are for the main bearings and others for something called a balance something or other and stuff. As you can tell, I'm waaaaaaaaaaaaay out of my league, but it'll all work out in the end.:grinning- I hope. :violent-s

        I've got some electrical work to do too. I wanna get rid of the key setup (snapped key in barrel) and replace it with a switch or something. Once I put on a hydraulic clutch I'll have to get rid of the switch that makes the electric starter only work when the clutch is pulled in. Any help or info would be much appreciated on either of these electrical changes. Cheers.
        Attached Files
        Thanks for just being human.

        Top/bottom end rebuild thread CRF250X.. Click here.

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        • #34
          I'm a little bit disturbed by how clean your shed is man.

          Makes a bloke wonder why it's so clean. Only sensible reason is that you kill people in there.

          I'm glad I worked this out before I offered to come down and help!





          On a less serious topic. Good luck with the rebuild
          "I know I was born. And I know that I'll die.


          The in between is mine"


          ~Eddie Vedder

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          • #35
            You should do a burnout vid before the
            Rebuild

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            • #36
              Your bikes turned orange within the year or so man.. whats with that have you got a sun sheet on ya roof?

              Or a diff camera? maybe you just wanted a kato right from the very start!!
              --
              "I did not hit you! - I simply high fived your face"

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              • #37
                $87 Freight from Mrcycles, is that the international freight price? Or will this get adjusted?

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by TonyH View Post
                  Only sensible reason is that you kill people in there.
                  Man, only thing I kill in here is brain cells.


                  Originally posted by anthony_1978 View Post
                  You should do a burnout vid before the
                  Rebuild
                  I'd like to, but I didn't as that would defy common sense.

                  Sorry man.

                  Originally posted by ktm400 View Post
                  Your bikes turned orange within the year or so man.. whats with that have you got a sun sheet on ya roof?

                  Or a diff camera? maybe you just wanted a kato right from the very start!!
                  If I wanted a Kato I would've bought one. Remember, I am a rich government worker sitting back burning your taxes.

                  Yes Haydo, different camera.

                  Originally posted by JIM77 View Post
                  $87 Freight from Mrcycles, is that the international freight price? Or will this get adjusted?
                  Well, I was a bit scared when I got an email telling me the price for shipping would be adjusted. I promptly emailed them about my concerns, as I don't want to order any order over $1000, and they emailed me back saying the price for shipping won't change. It better not.
                  Thanks for just being human.

                  Top/bottom end rebuild thread CRF250X.. Click here.

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                  • #39
                    Well, it's time for an update..

                    I've been busy stripping the Honda.

                    One thing I've learnt is that when you do this, your personality really comes into play. I just keep finding bits and pieces which are not as good as they should be and therefore this produces more work and more coin must be spent.

                    Money is evil and must be spent on motorcycles.



                    This basket is notched a little too much for my liking so I'm replacing it with a Barnett billet basket, a lovely piece of kit procured for under $200 delivered.



                    I didn't know there was gold in H-h-h-Hondas. The more you dig the more you find..



                    See that starter clutch? It took me $5 to make a special holding tool and then the superhuman strength of Chewy and I to crack the *@#&*@#&*@#&*@#&en nut on the *@#&*@#&*@#&*@#&. What a bastard. Anyways, all good and all off now. Thanks Chewy! And, thank you for the loan of the scissor lift. Those make this sooooo much easier!



                    Somebody fucked up here!! He he he.. What an idiot I am. When I was taking off the flywheel, the cam chain was gathered up at the bottom and as I leaned on the flywheel, SNAP! went the front cam chain guide holder! Fortunately it's a pretty easy fix. And, lesson learnt. Below is a pic from the manual and bits of broken shit.



                    ^lol

                    I am learning so much from doing this, I really understand so much more about how these amazing machines work now. I've split the crankcases now and am about to pull out the transmission. Thank *@#&*@#&*@#&*@#& I've got a manual! The bottom end is amazingly complex and intricate.

                    I've ordered so much stuff for my CRF. I'm replacing all crankcase bearings and seals, including transmission. Once its done, this bike will be as new and good to go for another 200 hours or more.

                    Will post up more later.

                    Cheers!

                    EDIT: My back's getting better too and I've set August 12th as my return to riding.
                    Thanks for just being human.

                    Top/bottom end rebuild thread CRF250X.. Click here.

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                    • #40
                      Great update Krackers, pleased to see the rebuild is progressing well and perhaps more importantly, you're healing well.
                      Keep the updates coming.
                      Pete.
                      '02 TL1000R.'04 450 EXC. '05 KX250F'16 200 EXC.

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                      • #41
                        Good work Karl
                        That clutch looked bad, was it playing up?

                        Next job is to do a chev v8 conversion into the Camry

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                        • #42
                          Kackers, I'm impressed, keep posting up the updates please.

                          Also, did I miss something in the previous pages - so you did a top end rebuild and suspension refurb late last year and now you are doing the bottom end. Did the bottom end let go or sound noisy after your new top end? or is it you now have time to do the bottom end and that you plan to keep this trusty Honda for some years to come.?

                          well done for having a go.

                          Your come back ride date of mid august = good to hear.
                          it's 2 weeks too early for me to join you though. I was thinking of a combined comeback (you and me) DBW type gathering (level=take it easy level) sept 2nd. (I'll bake a fruitcake specially) Just a thought. I heard on the grapevine there might be a mt Cole in mid sept anyway,

                          In any case good luck with the rebuild
                          Current: 250 & 125 2T & 250 4T

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by Battered Sav View Post
                            Great update Krackers, pleased to see the rebuild is progressing well and perhaps more importantly, you're healing well.
                            Keep the updates coming.
                            Thanks Sav, you're a good one.

                            Originally posted by anthony_1978 View Post
                            Good work Karl
                            That clutch looked bad, was it playing up?

                            Next job is to do a chev v8 conversion into the Camry
                            Yeah, the Honda was starting to flame out more and it was a little grabby. Kinda like Wayne Carey.

                            Chev conversion into Camry. ^lol

                            *@#&*@#&*@#&*@#& yeah. Why not?

                            Originally posted by riles View Post
                            Kackers, I'm impressed, keep posting up the updates please.

                            Also, did I miss something in the previous pages - so you did a top end rebuild and suspension refurb late last year and now you are doing the bottom end. Correct Did the bottom end let go or sound noisy after your new top end? A few weeks ago, 8 weeks post op, I was feeling a little frisky so I started up the Chonda and took it out for just a couple of monos and skids out the back. I was in the mindset of selling the bike. Then, I did an oil change and found quite an amount of copper/bronze coloured metal shavings in the filter and the oil. That means something is going to be *@#&*@#&*@#&*@#&ed very soon. Thrust washers on the crank are made from that coloured material. Therfore I decided that I could in no way consider selling the bike to some poor bugger who rides it for 5 minutes and then it hand grenades. It was running absolutely fine before I tore it down. or is it you now have time to do the bottom end and that you plan to keep this trusty Honda for some years to come.? I do plan to keep it Riles. I like it. I just plan to learn how to ride better and smoother on it.
                            well done for having a go.

                            Your come back ride date of mid august = good to hear.
                            it's 2 weeks too early for me to join you though. I was thinking of a combined comeback (you and me) DBW type gathering (level=take it easy level) sept 2nd. (I'll bake a fruitcake specially) Just a thought. I heard on the grapevine there might be a mt Cole in mid sept anyway,

                            In any case good luck with the rebuild
                            I like your comeback idea. I want to have a party. We all need to celebrate more.
                            Last edited by Battered Sav; 15-07-2012, 07:22 PM. Reason: Changed reply text colour
                            Thanks for just being human.

                            Top/bottom end rebuild thread CRF250X.. Click here.

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                            • #44
                              Love the updates, about to put a new clutch in my 450x and almost got a new basket as well but going to wait to see if I need one first.
                              Keep the updates coming
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                              • #45
                                So, here's my gudgeon pin.. Probably only around 40 hours on this thing. You can see some slight pitting and wear. I won't be using it. New one going in fer shure. I think the pitting has been caused by a worn little end in the conrod, I'll measure up some shit tomorrow and report back.



                                Here's the pumpertron on both exhaust and inlet side.It's fine and measures in spec. Some very fine scoring but nothing that'll catch a fingernail. Again, probably done around 40 hours max. (I can't wait to actually put on an hour meter)

                                Exhaust side



                                Inlet side



                                The cylinder checks out ok. I'll just give it a clean up.





                                Here's a better close up of the notching in my basket. I'd say this basket has done well in excess of 200 hours. It's pretty shagged.



                                This it its replacement. Shiny. Plus I'll be chucking in a Barnett carbon fibre dirt digger clutch set. I've had it sitting around in the shed for donkeys. I picked it up on Ebay for $20 way back when. What a fluke! They cost a fair bit.



                                The bottom end is a totally different beast to work with compared to simply doing a top end. I can see why so many people err on carrying out this task. These pics show what is contained in the bottom end. It's a big jigsaw puzzle! Man, I'm gonna get pissed as while putting this back together. That is a joke. This is gonna take some concentration. Might hit the crack pipe instead.



                                I've got a lot of mating surface cleaning to do, and I don't mean washing the bed sheets.



                                Is there any simple way to do this? I mean without having to resort to razor blades and wire brushing. Getting off old gaskets sucks and if anyone can share some secrets that'd be great.

                                Cheers!
                                Thanks for just being human.

                                Top/bottom end rebuild thread CRF250X.. Click here.

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