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Old 01-20-2009, 02:06 PM   #1
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88cc kit questions?

Royo and I are probably going to be putting a 88cc kit on his 50 later.

First time for the both of us to be working on 50's, but we work on big bikes all the time.


Is it a rather simple project?
How long does it take?

Got any tips for us?
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Tip #1 once the top end is off, DO NOT TURN THE CRANK!!!
Tip #2 Take your 88cc piston to the auto parts store and borrow/rent a ring compressor that fits so you don't have to fight/break those piston rings going into the new cylinder
Tip #3 Use some sort of assembly lube or oil to ease the piston into the new cylinder
Tip #4 "roll" the rings onto the piston, don't try to "stretch" them into place or they'll break
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http://www.danosbikeshop.com/technical.php?OID=mainTbl Good luck. Take your time. And which 88 kit did yall get?
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Not sure, Roy has it, just asked if I could help. Thanks for the link Chad
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yeah its not to hard I just put a bbr kit in mine.. it will totally wake ur engine up.. don't forget to get get a cdi to take the rev limiter off of it.
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Oh and, any tips for the heavy duty clutch?

Is it just like in a big bike?
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Not sure, Roy has it, just asked if I could help. Thanks for the link Chad
Get the high volume oil pump and the HD autoclutch. Worth the extra money.
I also like the stage 2 kit but thats up to him. No matter what the oil pump is a must IMHO.
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I'll give you $5 for the stock takeoff piston. . .need it for the truck in my avatar<<<<<
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Oh and, any tips for the heavy duty clutch?

Is it just like in a big bike?
Use the clutch nut tool only. Not sure about HD (I have the manual) but I used to tighten the retaining nut to 31ft-lbs.

I also used loc-tite blue on all screws and nuts.
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The HD clutch should be pretty straight forward. Use that link I gave to and read the install instructions for the man clutch for disassembly. Kit should look like this. And you will need the clutch tool.

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If a mod reads this thread can we get this link "stickied" for future reference???
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Use the clutch nut tool only. Not sure about HD (I have the manual) but I used to tighten the retaining nut to 31ft-lbs.

I also used loc-tite blue on all screws and nuts.
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The HD clutch should be pretty straight forward. Use that link I gave to and read the install instructions for the man clutch for disassembly. Kit should look like this. And you will need the clutch tool.
would you mine shooting me your number if I have any questions?

I have your dads...but I don't think you or he would answer
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Nah man I am too busy. Trying to get everything ready for my dad when he comes home. He gets here on the 31st. I think I am going to get a welcome home M&G going for him.
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stage 2 by trail bikes or somethin like that
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yeah i put that in lastweek
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