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    Pouring rain here and thunderstorms and the water is almost up to the doors, so it seemed like a good time to not drive around for 5 hours in traffic and do some parts searching both in the forum and on the web.

    So far the only OEM part numbers I cannot find are wrist pins and valve springs. I'd appreciate any pointers from anyone on the forum.

    Looks like there are plenty of gaskets, pistons, rings etc available through Japan or Australia so the hunt has started in Adelaide with Evan at SA Motorcycles for new and used parts that I need (always good to have a spare head etc).

    Here's what I have compiled so far for the damaged engine that has been torn down (2 intake and 2 exhaust valves needed). Remember, this is a race bike so I believe this is all I need in general. Bottom end bearings are perfect in this motor as confirmed by the engine builder. Want to add to the list? please do so and add why (personal experience, I missed it etc)!

    MC22 engine parts # of pieces
    friction clutch 22201-MR8-000 6
    steel clutch 22321-KE7-000 6
    friction clutch 22201-KAZ-000 1
    piston ring set 13011-KAZ-004 4
    pistons 13101-KAZ-000 4
    piston clips 94601-13000 8
    wrist pin 13111-KT7-000 4
    rod bolts 13213-KAZ-003 8
    rod nut 13215-KAZ-000 8
    head gasket 12251-KY1-004 1
    intake boots 16211-KAZ-000 4
    valve stem seals 12219-KAZ-003 16
    exhaust valve 14721-KY1-010 8
    intake valves 14711-KY1-000 8
    ex valve springs 14761-KT7-003 8
    int valve springs 14761-KT7-751 8
    exhaust gasket 18291-MN5-650 4
    cylinder head water pipe orings??
    valve cover oring 12392-KT7-750 4
    valve cover gasket 12391-KT7-750 1
    left cover gasket 11636-KY1-000 1
    clutch cover gasket 11394-KT7-000 1
    sump gasket 113-KBH-900 1
    oil filter gaskets 154A1-413-005 1
    water pump oring 19226-KE8-000 1 inner
    water pump oring 91302-MB0-013 1 outer
    gasket shift 11632-KT7-000 1
    oring shift 91204-KE8-003 1
    countershaft seal 91205-KT7-004 1
    air filter 17210-KAZ-000 1
    carb bowl gasket 16010-KAZ-000 4 or
    carb rebuild kit 16010-MY9-000 4
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    wrist pins are 13111-KT7-000 and 13111-KT7-751

    valve springs are 14761-KT7-003 and 14761- KT7-751

    water pipe gaskets are
    91314-KE8-003
    Last edited by davemosstuning; 31st March 2014 at 07:31 PM.

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    hey dave ever thought about doing a video on your race bikes? people might be interested to see what the guru himself rides and what the story is for both bikes

    also, have you looked at cmsnl.com for parts? it's in europe so shipping might take a while. i would of also suggested partzilla.com since it's in the US, but not sure if it's safe to use again after people's credit card numbers were stolen from the site a while back according to google.
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    Hi Dave. Like atrang I was disappointed to miss out on your workshop in Adelaide. Anyway good to see you're getting some help from over here. Evan is a great guy, I raced with him many times last year.

    I don't have any experience with rebuilding cibblet engines so can't help, but good luck with it. Nice to see you're getting really stuck in.

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    I will do some videos on both bikes when time permits. Right now, the iPhone App gets precedence. Just launched the race section today! Tire wear section coming in May. Android app in May.

    http://feelthetrack.com/iphone-app/

    Mr. Upper.
    All the part numbers came from that site, then I found a Japanese shop manual on rising sun cycles for the MC19 which gave me the valve spring numbers and wrist pin numbers. Now, fingers crossed. Emails sent to Japan, Thailand and Australia so the search is on.

    Yes, I am getting stuck in
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    At 5am I couldn't sleep anymore so I drove to the race shop. Mental........ I borrowed a pressure tester and checked the system. 40 psi for 10 minutes and no drop in pressure so the cap is culprit. Right now I have a 1.1 bar cap. May move up to 1.2. Picture reflects my lack of calm hands......
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    Those who know me will understand it when I say I've been driving and track bound for a few days. Off to LA to present at a weekend event at ProItalia as well, then another track event on Monday. The season is in full swing now in this part of the world!

    Sneaked into GForce (another 5am start time) with 1.2 bar radiator cap. Cleaned everything up, topped off the cooling system, warmed up the bike and got to work on the dyno.
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    Once the race bike was fully hot, it good a damn good thrashing for about 5 minutes up and down the gearbox and lots of full throttle to build pressure. I let the temp climb to 85C and then turned the fans on. Not a drop of coolant anywhere

    Need to build the bike and finish it next week and have it ready by next weekend at the latest!
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    Dave! Good to see you here. I spoke to you in Tasmania when you did your chat at the Hazell Brothers complex in Hobart. Unfortunately I missed your set up day at Symmonds so I'm looking forward to when you come down.
    You might remember I have a little cbr250r MC19 I was doing up as a track bike. Unfortunately it's been sitting unloved since overlooked for other priorities however with easter break upon us and some renewed enthusiasm from your thread I will hopefully get some work done to her over the next ten days.

    Not sure if you have considered it but if your after horsepower removing the cam gear train quieting gears apparently helps recover a few parasitic losses if you haven't done it already.
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    Quote Originally Posted by davemosstuning View Post
    Yes, its me.....

    I've sourced an OEM head gasket (apparently akin to the value of gold these days) and will have a local company replicate it so there is a quality head gasket I can sell on.
    Paul at COPPER GASKETS 16 PREMIER CLOSE ANDREWS FARM ADELAIDE SA 5114 made my custom thickness head gasket Dave.
    Good luck finding OEM valves, I lucked out and found 10 of each a while back, other than that, I could only find 2 ex, @ over 25 British pounds each !
    Tiny
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