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Well the parts are starting to come in. Here is what I have ordered.
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+4 Barker crank
Stage 3 cam with new springs
CP 12.1 piston
Ferrea +1 valves
UM Performance Aluminum Oil Tank
all engine bearings and a few odd ball things here and there.
 

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what ya doin head-wise?
 

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Were did you get your +1 valves at j.w so you can save me the searching for them lol thanks
 

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I got the valves through a place in Texas for 27 each.
The head is going to be going to Barker.
 

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Well this is what it looks like today. I will be pulling engine tomorrow and then get it striped down to the frame for sandblasting. Head will be going out next week, I hope. I broke 2 exhaust studs:mad: when I was pulling the header pipes.

Plus you got to love smokers for cooking your holiday food.
 

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How the hell do u break the exhaust studs lol
 

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Also what size and #of paddle haulers u running
 

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They are 20x11x9 with 8 paddles. Will have to get new tires in a few months when I am done with engine. The studs were corroded.
 

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The studs are locktited from the factory. What are you doing for exhaust???
Ya I went on a 5 mile ride before I tryed to remove the nuts, but still lost 2 studs even though it was hot.

As for the exhaust I have a full Yoshi right now, not sure I am going to have the $$$ for a new system right away. Looking at barkers.
 

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What is the best way to pull the crank into the left side of the case
 

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Well its all apart, including engine. Start cleaning things and getting ready for sandblasting.
 

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You heat the case with a heat gun & cool the crank bearing..it will fall right in
 

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You heat the case with a heat gun & cool the crank bearing..it will fall right in

thats the plan. the crank is in the freezer till noon tomorrow.
 

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thats the plan. the crank is in the freezer till noon tomorrow.
Just be sure to oil the crank really good, thear will be alot of moisture on it from the freeze. Get the cases hot enoff to fry some eags & ham...it will fall right in when done properly.
Good luck..
 

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i found that if you change the crank you will need new locking tab washers for the crank, counter ballanceer and clutch. plus a complete gasket and seal kit.
 

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Yoush is a great exhaust. Let us know if you want to sell it. You can put the case in a oven at 200 degrees to heat it. Be carefull other bearings dont fall out. Oil the crank bearingbefore installing.
 

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crank is in. i am just waiting on the tab washers. i will do a better wright up with part numbers when i am done. we are doing this in a barn/garage.
 

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Been locktiting everything, lol.
 
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