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Old 02-11-2020, 10:19 AM   #11 (permalink)
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I was going to say torque arms are the way to go, but I don't know if anybody even makes one anymore, and didn't know if you'd want to fabricate one (two AC tie-rod ends, or industrial little eyelets), your welcome. With the arm, run that snubber right up pretty snug, let thrm share the load
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Old 02-12-2020, 12:30 PM   #12 (permalink)
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I found a used cable assembly locally. Its from a 2005 zr 900 efi. Its a different part number but the assembly is much better, it has an oil cable adjuster mid assembly which would make the adjustment process much easier. Think i can use this setup? The 05 is part number 0687-174, my sled calls out part 0687-152
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Old 02-12-2020, 01:13 PM   #13 (permalink)
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I would try it, keep an eye on your oil pump timing marks, including throttle WOT etc.
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X2. I bet it'll go right on
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Damn I’m getting frustrated. Got the used cable hooked up. I’d get it set and flip the throttle, everything looked great. Start assembly and both high and low notches would be off a lot (?1/4”?). Push the lever down by hand and it seemed to go back to where it needed to be. I tried the pump arm with no cable and it went back on it’s own. I lubed the pump spring. If both high and low alignment marks are being impacted doesn’t that mean the issue is at the black rotating piece at the bottom of the oil cable that attaches to the arm?
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Does the cable you installed move freely by hand, does it need to be lubed or cleaned?
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The exposed cable length is the same in each cable right? Meaning, their Travel is the same? I'd think so.
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Yeah, when i had everything lined up it worked fine, once i fiddled around, snapped the throttle a few times both alignment marks would be way off
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Not something loose or stripped out in the pump shaft/tabbed dial l thing is there? Seems unlikely
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No idea or how to even check that. Wondering if when i had the engine out the cable mount bracket got bent and the angle of the dangle is too much causing a hanging up with the black plastic cable mount at times? I dont know. I have a brand new parts unlimited cable coming today.
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