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Old 11-10-2009, 01:46 AM   #1
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929 Stator Cover Question

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Old 11-10-2009, 07:37 AM   #2
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that's more than the stator cover broken off there. I see damage to engine as well. if you had brought it to me when i worked at the bike dealer as a tech i would be having the service writer do an estimate for another engine.

if you had the pieces it may be possible for a good aluminum welder to fix it though.
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Old 11-10-2009, 09:32 AM   #3
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That is a very common issue with 929's when they fall hard on the stator. Looking at the damage you have, it can be fixed by tig welding. The welder will have to build material up to where it can be machined flat. You will have to remove the lower part of the case.
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That is a very common issue with 929's when they fall hard on the stator. Looking at the damage you have, it can be fixed by tig welding. The welder will have to build material up to where it can be machined flat. You will have to remove the lower part of the case.
I agree, fairly easy fix. I see a lot of motors get replaced for breaks like this when they can totally be fixed.

If you have the piece, it is even easier to fix.
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sorry i meant bolt on another lower casing, but anyone know a welder?
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Old 11-10-2009, 05:18 PM   #6
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actually anyone know where i may be able to grab a lower crankcase
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did you ever PM hotnanas like the other thread said.
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actually anyone know where i may be able to grab a lower crankcase
It is not that simple unfortunately. The bearings for the crankshaft are babbit shells and not rollers. This means if you replace the lower case both cases will have to be assembled and align honed by a machine shop for the proper bearing fit and clearance. Check into it with a reputable shop.
I dont think you can buy just the lower from the dealers because of this reason.

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Take it to American Heliarc.
They've fixed a bunch of those for us, tell them Patrick at Motorcycles Unlimited sent you.

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yea heliarc weldin fixes it,i had the same exact problem on my f3
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how mjuch did it cost u 2 fix it.
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how mjuch did it cost u 2 fix it.

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yeh for ur f3.
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Every bike is different depending on how much welding / fabrication is involved, but it's definitely a lot cheaper than a new case.
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thanks, i was just curious to know. although it isnt for me.
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Typically a few hundred bucks, less if it's not as bad.
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thanks, i was just curious to know. although it isnt for me.
yea i know the welder preaty good he fixt my frame,cage,and motor for like 50 bucks, plus he realy respects the wheelies up and down his shop
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