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  • mmxIII

Posted November 26, 2009 - 04:46 PM


So many questions.
Can I do the auto decomp on my 98'400f?
How much for parts?
I have a noise coming from the motor, shimed valves to spec chanced timing chain, still have same noise.Had a guy tell me it was a key that was worn on
a idler?Is this common is it a easy fix?
Also the kicker is starting ti make a grinding noise if I dont push it to the front of the bike?
Can I move the hot start to a bar lever on this bike?
Cost is the major factor .Cant spend on a newer bike due to my son racing 50s & 65.He gets all the new bikes.I just hope to keep the old bike running good enough to chase him around.

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  • l_campionero

Posted November 26, 2009 - 04:50 PM


You can do the auto decomp, but it requires replacing the exhaust cam. I have had five motorcycles with manual decomp, and it is not hard to do. You just have to follow the procedure until it becomes second nature. I have been doing it for thirty years, so it's not hard for me.
I think your bike needs some fairly significant maintenance work. Get a mechanically inclined buddy to help you. I'd be happy to help you, but I'm thousands of miles away in the Midwest.
Good luck!:excuseme:

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