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post #1 of 13 Old 02-24-2011, 06:26 PM Thread Starter
 
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Head bolts torque for hi comp piston

I torqued down my head bolts to 49pi/lbs as per manual shop specified and it leak... I used a cometic gasket and did'nt used any kind of cooper glue on it. The head and cylinder has been surfaced as well. With a 11:1 piston do I have to torque it more , let say 55 pi/lbs?

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I just fired mine up and its not leaking, same piston.

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It bubble in the overflow tank! Did you use a oem gasket?

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I use the same piston and the same cometic gasket and 49ft/lbs is all you need. Thats alot if you ask me.

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I just check the torque wrench against another it look like to be not accurate

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It will bubble sometimes at first while its purping itself. If it still bubbles after an hour or so of riding then its may be an issue somewere.

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Yeah it bubble enough to over flow and well after an hour and it's not overheating the fan kicks in like before. I check the compression and it get 105psi. Tomorow I will open it cause I found some lil piece of rubber like on the cometic gasket

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the sleeve droped .013 in the cylinder... so the gasket popped trought a water passage .For your it has been resleeved. I so angry I think I'm gonna k.......?%/?&?$*&*

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the sleeve droped .013 in the cylinder... so the gasket popped trought a water passage .For your it has been resleeved. I so angry I think I'm gonna k.......?%/?&?$*&*
Who resleeved it?

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Why would you resleeve a stock cylinder, the are only 250.00 new?

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