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    the bearing races, have some "roundness" in the edges, when you put a 1mm there, and press it hard, the o-ring just "dissapears" in that roundess, modling to and filling it

    abou centering, just put everything on place (i used a new seal) and try a few screadrivers to check the same freespace between the seal and the shaft...
    its just a try & error until you find one that must go around the shaft without much contact to the seal....

    it sounds complicated, but its very easy and it actually works.

    I changed the 5 orings and the main seal of the cluct 1000kms ago (the bike was leaking) and now it does not leak anything, is dry as a parrot tonge
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    I still used the tool i made, its unbelievable that this cover has no centering dowels!!

    Have to see if it leaks when i get the new injectors and fire it up.

    Would you have a pic where the horn goes? I just cant figure it out....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finnelli82 View Post
    I still used the tool i made, its unbelievable that this cover has no centering dowels!!

    Have to see if it leaks when i get the new injectors and fire it up.

    Would you have a pic where the horn goes? I just cant figure it out....
    If you get on the exhaust side of the bike, look up to the right of the oil cooler from under the fairing you can see the horn bolted up behind the fairing, you can just see the two electrical spade end insulated connectors on the top of the horn. there are some pics but not easy to see.
    bike , tank off, air box on ,but you can see some of the electrical layout. got other projects at the moment but will get in deeper soon .1130 Questions combined-dscf1421.jpg1130 Questions combined-dscf1414.jpg1130 Questions combined-dscf1415.jpg1130 Questions combined-dscf1417.jpg1130 Questions combined-dscf1416.jpg

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    Put the alternator on tonight, and while checking the clearance between z25 axle bolt and alternator nut, i found there really isn`t any...

    So i put 0.85mm spacers between the alternator and block, what do you think? Have i possibly created more problems doing this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finnelli82 View Post
    Put the alternator on tonight, and while checking the clearance between z25 axle bolt and alternator nut, i found there really isn`t any...

    So i put 0.85mm spacers between the alternator and block, what do you think? Have i possibly created more problems doing this.
    hi,

    id be interested to find out how you know this? as you'd need to fit things together first surely....
    ive not heard this mentioned before . hopefully you've found a new thing to check out

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick67 View Post
    id be interested to find out how you know this? as you'd need to fit things together first surely....
    Easy to do Rick.
    Clean the nut head and stick a blob of Plasticine to it.
    Smear a film of oil on the shaft bolt to stop plasticine sticking to it then assemble it.
    Take it apart again and use a scalpel to bisect the plasticine then measure the depth.

    Here's some pics of the exhaust valve clearance measurement in the 944
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    I used the same method to measure the alternator nut clearance in Nell. There was heaps, even with a standard R8.8 bolt head.
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    I had 0.65mm of clearance before shimming, i was thinking it to be a bit tight fit?

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    0.65 mm should be fine. That's a lot of expansion.
    Aluminium moves twice as much as steel per degree, so the gap should increase at operating temperature, not decrease.
    All bets are off north of the Arctic Circle though.
    hooroo, Errol www.engenia.com.au [139,200 km - and counting .....]

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    I live in the Arctic, so they are off then eh....
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    Don’t worry it’s a Benelli “what could go wrong?”
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