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post #1 of 26 Old 02-23-2011, 04:49 PM Thread Starter
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please help, decompression spring needed

i cant find my decompression spring for my cam, if anybody has one it would be great because they are not available from the dealer.it can still be pressed onto a junk stock cam, ill deal with pressing it off.hopefully somebody can help me.

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if you dont have a spare, can you give me some measurements so i can try to buy one somewhere?

diameter, length, tension?

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My hotcam came with a new spring maybe they can get you a new one
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I hope you find one , as this is another rattle for me to cure. My spring is either broke or missing. Not took the cam decomp apart yet !!

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I think I got one , i will mesure it tomorow if you want?

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yesssss!!!! io want it,baxter if that is your problem illl bring it to motion industries and get them to get me a part number so i can provide them to forum members, im not getting in this hole again, ill also call hotcams tomorrow.

also baxter id be willing to put money on it that its your timing chain stretched.

also thanks to erich at ehs he gave me some measurements for one, but id rather have one to bring in with me.

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The cam chain is the only thing that is good !It's not stretched and in good shape. Exhaust valves and seat need recutting and the valve seals are shot, As you said. Ordered new stuff for rebuild and thanks for the help, I am grateful.

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in that case check your clutch play, and tensioner.. your decomp wouldnt rattle while running according to how erich explained how it works centrifugally.other than those two its your piston walking from the same debris that ruined your seals but i doubt that too looking at your piston.

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The valve seals have gone hard due to overheating , the clutch is fine but has some play in/out on the basket. Always run too much play in the clutch cable (125 2 stroke days in mud).
Rings are worn , the have an edge on the top face.
Took piston to my motor man and piston was fine , as you said also.
From what I have seen the motor has been apart and this is not the original piston.
Sorry for going off topic but you seem to be the only help , I can find.
My motor man also give me a couple of OEM Honda clutch baskets to try and match up to the xx .

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is it just the exhaust seats that are worn out or the intake as well?

what oil do you run? recommend fully synthetic it will live longer and not saturate with fuel as bad as conventional...

try and get the heat issue figured out and the life of everything else will follow, if that means changing the temp where the fan turns on then do that,,,, most of the excessive heat is due to the clutch slipping, just upgrading that will reduce running temp quite a bit.... were talking OIL temp.....maybe even run a gauge for the oil


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