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Winter is starting to draw near..... So i have made up a list of parts required for the triple bypass on my trusted stead "Bessie"



If there are any other items i would require, please let me know, as this is my 1st attempt and i don't want to bodge it ....



qty item Part # Supplier Est price Cdn $



1 Cam chain 14401-MA1-013 D Silver $56.27

1 Cam chain tensioner 14500-470-751 D Silver $32.82

1 Cam chain guide set 14600-415-305 N/A ???? ?????? (any ideas)

1 Mechanical seal 19217-611-0000 Club Shop $14.00

2 Exhaust crush washers 18291-286-306 D Silver $2.00

1 Stator 31100-415-003 any recomendations ? ???????

1 Gear shift seal 91251-ZW5-003 D Silver $5.10

1 Manual cam adjuster seal 91312-415-000 CMSNL $1.40

1 Set/water pipe o rings(7) O-ring set 001 D Silver $10.86

1 Tach oil seal 91211-415-003 CMSNL $4.30

1 Cam shaft end seal 91201-415-013 CMSNL $6.35

1 Mechanical oil seal 91202-283-013 CMSNL $6.35



Many Thanks In Advance.................Keith........... ......................
 

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Dont forget the 2 O rings for the water passage collars 23X2.8) pt no. 94608-50000

Use genuine honda items as other items, when crushed as you do the case up will split the gasket in half
 

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and I start looking early, a few of those parts are / will be hard to find especially if you intend to price shop. (as you should)
 

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If you have an original Honda (OEM) stator, consider having it rewound, instead of purchasing, oftentimes ,"suspect" aftermarket stators. Ricks motorsport electrics does an excellent job. fast turnaround, reasonable prices. Sam
 

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pretty spot on keith,how many times have I seen that oil seal from the cam chain adjuster leak just after all this work is done.

I say

*give your carbs a clean while there out

*get the stator rewound- after market ones have been failing in oz or are not correctly rewound to start with



enjoy the work
 

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If their versatile and small enough not to turn their nose up at you a good electric motor rewinding shop might be willing to do your stator.
 

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Many thanks for your input/replies


Hopefully i can post pics of my progress over the next few months


All The Best.......Keith.......
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