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Thread: Hoverising a motorbike engine

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    Default Re: Hoverising a motorbike engine

    Quote Originally Posted by Loomesy




    actually ive just thought if anyone can think of any possible sponsers who may be willing to lend us some monies of some sort


    We're all after sponsors so gerroff



    Seriously though good luck with the project, though fitting that engine into a Storm could be a bit tight?!

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    Default Re: Hoverising a motorbike engine

    depends on the type of engine, many bike engines have a wet clutch and are very hard to remove the gear box from, others combine the crank and gearbox in the same oil! like a mini engine!



    not sure on the details of a cb500, never had one to bits!

    but just take a pto off the sprocket! as mentioned its important to have the engine set at a similar angle/orientation as that in the bike! this is to do with the oil distribution in the sump!




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