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    Re: Tech Data section and PM member submissions

    When installing Pit Bike engines you may run into different types of exhaust pipes and head ports.



    1) Honda type 6mm stud w/ angle "A"



    2)KLX type 8mm stud w/ angle "B"



    The two types are at only a slightly different angle.

    they don't directly interchange but are so close that they can be made to fit

    buy various means.



    Helpful items:



    1) NCC Pipe Adapter

    This is used for adapting Honda type pipes to KLX type heads.

    Just pull the 8mm studs from the KLX head and install the new 6mm adapter studs.

    Then the offset collar is inserted into the head port and rotated to fill the gap.







    2)Copper Exhaust gaskets.

    Using 2-3 Crush-able exhaust gaskets in a stack can take up the gap.



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    Re: Tech Data section and PM member submissions

    Pod filter sizing:

    Measure in OD of the Filter end of the carb to find out the size.

    In the picture we show a common Pit bike 22mm mikuni.

    The OD of the Filter end of the carb is 1.5" or 38mm.



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    Re: Tech Data section and PM member submissions

    Panicgripdesigns helped me host this online

    KLX 110 TB manual clutch install:

    http://www.tboltusa.com/klxclutch/
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    Check for Proper Ring End Gap

    Normally new rings will be fine , but just to be sure.

    Failure to ensure proper ring end gap may cause engine damage



    Check the end gap by placing the ring into the cylinder

    Use the piston to square up the ring in the bore

    Check the end gap by using a feeler gage.



    Here are KLX110 Specs:



    Piston Ring End Gap

    Standard: Service Limit:

    Top 0.15 0.30 mm 0.6 mm

    Second 0.30 0.45 mm 0.8 mm

    Oil 0.10 0.60 mm 0.9 mm



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    Re: T-Bolt USA Tech Data section and PM member submissions

    Pit bikes Heads from YX 150cc / YX 160cc & ZS 155cc will fit on older KLX110 and have Better Cams , Valve sizes and offer performance gains over stock



    KLX Cam and Tappet covers fit YX Heads but NOT ZS Heads



    YX / ZS Aluminum Cylinders w/ Iron liners can be machined to have smaller skirt OD and also fit KLX110

    But are slightly shorter and will require Thicker base gaskets and careful checking of piston to head clearance







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    Re: T-Bolt USA Tech Data section and PM member submissions

    hey vince once i get my ssr fork seals in i am gonna do a picture walk thru on fork seal change on inverted forks as i havent seen any around.Sound good or do u know where some instructions are for fork seal replacement on iverted forks?

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    A nice tutorial video on how to change the seals and oil on pitbike forks would be awesome!

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    did those two instructions i sent u work out for u ptech

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    Re: T-Bolt USA Tech Data section and PM member submissions

    Hey I just wanted to bump this thread to say thanks to the guys at tbolt for taking the time to do the the tech section. I used the it to get the wiring straight on a Pitster Pro 140 engine I swapped into my SSR B2. It would have been a struggle without the help.

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    good info.....

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    Re: T-Bolt USA Tech Data section and PM member submissions

    With the help of TB Parts & Panic Grip designs the Tech Data section has been revised and Updated

    Recently Danos bike shop Tech info site went down and Many TB Parts Install tips with it.

    We Uploaded quite a bit of this now to our Tech Data section

    TB Race head install

    TB Manual clutch install and more

    Mikuni Super Tuning guide



    Also

    Panic Grip revised it into main categories for ease of use
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    We us an old school trick to fit the kickers and shifters to the spline snugly



    At times the pinch bolt wont have enough force to put the proper pressure on to make the shifter/kicker sung



    Take the pinch bolt out of the kicker/shifter

    put the unit in a bench vise and give it a lil squeeze to close up the gap



    Also to open the gap use a 1/4" Standard screwdriver in the slot

    Tap it in till the gap open up just enough to slip it over the shaft
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    Here is some info

    KLX and Honda head type China Pit bike motors

    ALL have the same main motor mounts

    (same as CRF50)



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    Awesome information. Thanks Vince and everyone else that contributed.

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    How to re-install the clutch washers / Plate on a rear clutch motor



    With the clutch basket in place:

    1)Place the thicker slotted washer on the main shaft and turn 1/8 turn to expose the slots in the shaft

    2)Place the thinner pronged washer points down or tward the engine

    3)Place the Hub with threaded towers down / centered

    4)Stack plates starting with fiber first , aligning inner tabs

    5)Place hub down , washer , tighten lock nut



    Mechanical Theory:

    The Basket can spin freely on the main shaft

    and the hub is locked to the main shaft

    the two only connect via the friction of the clutch plates
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