Working on the Disassembled Engine

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Written by Randy Fox   
Saturday, 03 November 2007

Introduction

Engine crank case cleaning, Yamaha Road Star

This article is one of a series which describes how to disassemble, work on, and reassemble the Road Star engine. This particular article covers important details in preparing your parts for machining, powdercoating, and painting. In addition, issues involved in oil-pump repair, transmission fixes, and case-welding are discussed. Finally, tips are offered in preparing parts for reassembly. See the Complete Engine Tear Down, Orientation article in this website for details. Be sure you refer to the service manual through all phases of this project.



 
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