Anyway, whenever I turn the the output shaft there is a grinding noise, I just figured the clutch needed to bed in or something. haha lol
. So I have pretty much everything done (did a few mods on the bike too), I pull off the gear reduction\clutch housing to check for lube status- well there wasn't any and some swrew that holds the clutch adjustment from spinning is making a nice big groove in the housing. No problem I get the thickest gasket paper I have and decide to add another one to the 2 that are already there, whoops not enough! I decided to do the moral thing and make a spacer from some alloy plate I had laying around. of coarse I mark out to the housing instead of the gasket; wrong, housing is cast freehand gasket is actually right, almost come to grief. All finished now ready for some fuel.
Night before last I dreamt I was riding on it and my fuel tank mounts came loose and it slipped down the top tube, when I checked it I had never put fuel in it, it was just running on a bit left in the fuel bowl.
hope it is this efficient!
anyway tomorrow I'll hopefully fire her up (yes she's a girl lol, wouldn't have so much trouble otherwise?) Just kidding