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Old 08-04-2014, 10:06 AM   #1
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01 ninja 600 rebuild

Anyone on here who has engine build background wanna give me a hand. Putting my motor back together. Piston ring, gaskets, jugs, heads, valve cover, etc. I'm mechanical inclined just wouldn't mind if I had some help from someone experienced.
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Old 08-04-2014, 10:29 AM   #2
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If you have a manual its pretty clear
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I downloaded the Manuel on my labtop
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I printed mine at work. I tried reading it from a lat top and it sucked. I had mine in a 3 ring binder
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It's really straight forward. Main thing is keeping your work area and parts clean. And then checking clearances. A good set of micrometers and feeler gauges. I wished I had a bore gauge in my tool box.

I wrote down all the clearance specs and torque specs on one page so it was easiy to find and read.
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Make sure you got the timing right.
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It's really straight forward. Main thing is keeping your work area and parts clean. And then checking clearances. A good set of micrometers and feeler gauges. I wished I had a bore gauge in my tool box.

I wrote down all the clearance specs and torque specs on one page so it was easiy to find and read.

Oh yea? And how long have you been working on your engine?
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01 ninja 600 rebuild

And which engine would you be inquiring about?

All you need is a manual, tools, and patience.
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Gonna be building it tomarrow if anyone is interested
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Engine froze up and this is the number 3 cylinder intake
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Ouch. How do the valve seats look?
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they were to spec
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