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      I really don't know, but when people add a plate, I think they usually stay with the existing spring. If you started with a 7 plate, it...
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      There are different length stock springs depending on if you have a 6 or 7 plate clutch. Go here...
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      DogBunny replied to the thread Old Newbie Ignition Help.
      Cool! I'm about to leave for an appointment, but I'll email you this evening. Thanks!
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      DogBunny replied to the thread Old Newbie Ignition Help.
      No. I want plate, springs, weights, serrated nut, the little disc behind the plate, and the one circlip. Baggy it. As was said, you...
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      DogBunny replied to the thread Old Newbie Ignition Help.
      The 4 post and the plate that they are attached to are all one piece, it all comes off together once the serrated lock nut is removed...
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      DogBunny replied to the thread Old Newbie Ignition Help.
      Of course. I brought this up once before, but it's been a while. In the Navy we called them Jesus clips. You would pry one off, it...
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      DogBunny replied to the thread Old Newbie Ignition Help.
      Push them off IF YOU CAN. Get them started with a wide screwdriver or narrow putty knife. The correct way is with snap ring pliers if...
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      DogBunny replied to the thread Old Newbie Ignition Help.
      No. You have to use two separate coils with points, and you have to use a single dual-tower coil with a Pamco. Checking single coils is...
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      Thank you! Yes, that was the question. I'll repeat, there's no comparison to the resin media. The ceramic media works way, way, WAY...
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      DogBunny replied to the thread Old Newbie Ignition Help.
      I understand you wanting free, but the Pamco would be a huge improvement in my opinion if it works. I could loan you a dual tower coil...
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      DogBunny replied to the thread Old Newbie Ignition Help.
      Yes, although the person who installed the Pamco might have also installed an electronic advance, in which case, no, you don't need it...
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      Since starting this thread, I have cleaned many, many tanks. I've tried all kinds of refinements and experiments. Long story short, I...
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      DogBunny replied to the thread Old Newbie Ignition Help.
      EDIT: remove the M6 nut first. Then: Remove circlips, and pull the weights. Try not to stretch the springs. You can leave the...
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      DogBunny replied to the thread Old Newbie Ignition Help.
      I'd like the mechanical timing assembly from your burned motor if you don't need it. It's under the right cam cover. It includes two...
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      DogBunny replied to the thread Old Newbie Ignition Help.
      I could be way wrong here, but I don't think so. That looks like a PAMCO ignition. Google XS650 Pamco for more info. As said, you...
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      DogBunny replied to the thread Wanted - 650xsB cylinders.
      I've got one, but I'm in the U.S. Sending you a PM...
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      DogBunny replied to the thread No start Mystery.
      If you're getting spark, and if the timing is correct as checked with a timing light, then your TCI is good, and your problem lies...
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      DogBunny replied to the thread No start Mystery.
      Yeah, that verifies that your camshaft is correctly installed relative to your crank, but it does not check your timing. As said, I...
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      DogBunny replied to the thread No start Mystery.
      Maybe I'm missing something here, but how can you check timing on a non-running TCI ignition? My guess is that you did fry the TCI...
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      It's a banjo bolt with an incorporated pressure switch. It takes the place of one of the banjo bolts, usually the one at the master...
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      Easiest and cheapest solution in this instance is to buy a banjo bolt brake switch.
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      Yes, I have several of each. I am sending you a PM.
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      DogBunny replied to the thread thoughts on dent removal?.
      Fantastic! Couple thoughts: First, I once tried to pop a dent in an Aluminum XT500 tank, by simply pressurizing the tank. I thought...
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      https://www.xs650.com/threads/1970-1971-1972-1973-lower-triple-tree-steering-stem-differences-identification.59575/ Not all 34mm forks...
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      DogBunny replied to the thread Oil seal pain in the a$$.
      Chamfering the edge of the case is a MUST when dealing with the push rod seal -- that should be covered in the Tech section links.
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      DogBunny replied to the thread Oil seal pain in the a$$.
      Regarding the push rod seal: I have never been able to push it in with my thumbs like you're "supposed" to. I slide a couple of washers...
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      DogBunny replied to the thread Headlight grommet/damper insert.
      I have that part if you are interested. There are two nearly identical versions, the only difference is the width of the square...
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      http://biker.net/ Not perfect, but a lot better than any of the on-line venders. Also, look in this Forum's tech section.
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      https://www.xs650.com/threads/1970-1971-1972-1973-lower-triple-tree-steering-stem-differences-identification.59575/ Read entire above...
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      DogBunny replied to the thread Headlight grommet/damper insert.
      It's possible that the tab is there simply to keep the flasher ground wire ring terminal from rotating as you tighten the flasher stalk nut?
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      DogBunny replied to the thread Made a video for fun....
      I use VSDC Free Video Editor. It's not perfect, but has tons of support and YouTube how-to vids. I paid something like $10 to get a...
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      DogBunny replied to the thread Made a video for fun....
      Okay for a rookie. What editing software did you use?
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      DogBunny replied to the thread Wanted - Clutch pushrod.
      PM sent....
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      DogBunny replied to the thread Adhesive and Glue.
      This is what I use for repairing seats. Complete process here...
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