How to remove flywheel - 1990 350 F2 2UA

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Re: How to remove flywheel - 1990 350 F2 2UA

#31 Post by MK » Thu Jan 18, 2018 3:46 pm

No.
Usually the outer right bearing, then the outer left.
Or it is obvious like a torn rod or a blue and sloppy big end bearing.
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Re: How to remove flywheel - 1990 350 F2 2UA

#32 Post by kjellz » Thu Jan 18, 2018 5:50 pm

And the centre webs, are they splined where they are pressed together? Never seen any pics of these parts..
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Re: How to remove flywheel - 1990 350 F2 2UA

#33 Post by MK » Thu Jan 18, 2018 6:02 pm

Oh c'mon ... are you really that lazy?
Google rd350 crank web and you get stuff like this:
https://yambits.co.uk/rd350-ypvs-crank- ... pqck2nop12" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

The center section is difficult to press as it's not keyed or splined but the 180 deg offset will be crucial for later trueing.
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Re: How to remove flywheel - 1990 350 F2 2UA

#34 Post by hondaror » Thu Jan 18, 2018 7:42 pm

I'm doing my motorcycle mechanics school currently.
Regarding your flywheel...use contact cleaner or brakekleen on the tapers, internal and external, and then mount them up clean. Do not touch the clean surfaces, as the oils in your hand will cause problems.
For your cases, a leak down is required and afterwards a vacuum test at 6" of mercury for 6 minutes will tell you if your main seals are toasted.
Rory

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