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Stopped by my dealer today to see where my motor is at, I am having the crank trued and welded.
PTO side .000 dead on
MAG side .024 out of true.
I think I have found my lean condition, air going by the seal.
Anyways, this sled has 2900 miles on it, it has NEVER blown a belt, I ride it like a grandpa and hardly ever drag race with it.
So anyone who is still iffy on having their crank trued and welded, I would say have it done.
 

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Originally posted by psychodadw@Sep 15 2005, 09:53 PM
Stopped by my dealer today to see where my motor is at, I am having the crank trued and welded.
PTO side .000 dead on
MAG side .024 out of true.
I think I have found my lean condition, air going by the seal.

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if carbed possible(actually probable)foaming/frothing of fuel in bowls(containing air)
 

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I could see why the pto side could be out, but why the mag side? That is really not all that bad .o24. What does cat call for on that motor. I thought around 2 thousanths was ok.
 

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0.024" TIR should almost shake like a Harley IMHO.
 

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2 credit cards put together as hard as you can sqeeze is .024. I checked a polaris crank for true one time on a 600 xlt and it was .04 and polaris said it was good. hard to believe. :dunno:
 

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.024" is 12 times the factory limit of .002"

.04" (.040") is 20 times that amount(possible it measured .002" and the decimal was wrote down wrong??,,).040" would shake like a paint mixer!!
 

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Originally posted by ZRT600800@Sep 16 2005, 03:10 PM
2 credit cards put together as hard as you can sqeeze is .024. I checked a polaris crank for true one time on a 600 xlt and it was .04 and polaris said it was good. hard to believe. :dunno:
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some of the older indy 600's were allowed(believe it or not) up to .012" runout,,,< that within itself is a lot!! how they would allow that is beyond me :dunno:
 
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