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Old 02-13-2013, 10:18 AM
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Ok it was with a wire wheel .. I can use a vacuum cleaner. To the lost wire get out of it. While i was brushing i. Had to. Cranck the engine around a bit. And clean it eveerytime with a airpistol ..now im finished i put a film of oil on it. So if i crank the engine around by hand it has to stay hanging in the oil dont u think?

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Old 02-13-2013, 10:31 AM
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The wire brissles that come off a wheel will be in unimaginable places LOL I hope you get lucky and dont have any hiding anywhere !

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Old 02-13-2013, 10:36 AM
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Oke .. If i will take the pistons uit .. Can i let it bore and buy a stroker kit? What kitt wil you recommend . Wil it work with my cam and stock portef heads .. Will i get more hp ?
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Oke .. If i will take the pistons uit .. Can i let it bore and buy a stroker kit? What kitt wil you recommend . Wil it work with my cam and stock portef heads .. Will i get more hp ?
Its a 305! Just do it the way you planed The horse power will surprise you. If you pull the pistons make sure everything goes right back where it was removed from!!!! And stagger the ring gaps when reinstalling the pistons! If it was me I would Mike the bores if they don't have much ware ! Have it deridged and honed, install new file fit rings and install new main and rod bearings! And your engine is fresh with no worry's! if you pull the pistons one at a time only, clean them good! Do not use a wire brush and reinstall them staggering the ring gaps you will be fine!

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Old 02-13-2013, 11:06 AM
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So no trokerkit.. I have a micrometer. To. Measure the boring it its right i will. Leave the rings in place But if i have to use new rings i have to let it bore and honed right?
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You need a bore gauge or snap gauges and a big micrometer! check the bore in several areas to see if its out of round or has an improper taper! check your pistons remember some pistons are made egg shaped because of different expansion areas of the piston!

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So no trokerkit.. I have a micrometer. To. Measure the boring it its right i will. Leave the rings in place But if i have to use new rings i have to let it bore and honed right?

You probably wont need a bore? but to install new rings you definitely need any ridge removed and a machine hone, to the stone grit that your ring material calls for!


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Old 02-13-2013, 05:21 PM
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hm..

Well I measured .. I borrowed the micrometer .. with dimensions of 94.9mm And should one have tollorantie of 2 hundredths I believe ... but there went that far over it as I see it .. at cylinder 7 is the correct one hundredth smaller .. vandaaar perhaps the scratches?

in each case .. I suggest not bounce him honing drilling. I only new piston springs and bearings should be sharpened crankshaft bearings where he touches.
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I calld today the machine shop he said if hi only would hone it isnt work .. So he made a price inc new pistons and the word .. Is Was 800 euro In dollars its more . So i deside to leave the pistons in .. The engine was running real good before so i think it would do. With the flowed heads and my new cam . Dont u think ? P.s did you get the marzipan ?? I m waiting. For sending the next pressent waiting for the marzipan is ariving..
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Do you mean? Honing will not work it needs to be bored!

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He said he never. Did onley hone . He sayd its better to bore it and then hone .. He didnt see the engine of mine he onley tells me wjat he usually does. But uh i m let the pistons in i. Clean it up with air pistol and an. Vacuum cleaner . But do you see the pics jester!? Do my cyl walls look bad? Btw what is the difference between a 2102 cam and the one who ive got ( the 3702)
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Btw did you see the mail man? Got the marzipan ?
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The cams are pretty close and operat at the same RPM range!

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Old 02-14-2013, 10:22 PM
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Ok. Hope the marzipan is ariving soon . But how do the cylinderwall look .. Goog enough or bad
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