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post #1 of 6 Old 07-12-2012, 06:08 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone ever separate a 700 motor case ??

I mite have to separate the motor case on a 700 to look for/clean out any debris from a piston disaster, so dont know what its gonna take to complete the job.

Question: has anyone on here done this before ??

If so...how hard is it to do??

Any specialty tools needed ??

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It is very tedious and labor intensive. There are lots of pieces and parts especially in the transmission. You will need a couple of special tools to split the case. Its really not difficult just a pain. Get yourself a service manual and a bunch of ziploc sandwich bags and label all the parts. My buddy made a tool to seperate his case for the 700xx and i dont know if you can buy one specific for this particular model.

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Thanx for the advice, realy not sure it needs taken apart yet, but I dont like the possability of bits & pieces of metal float'n around inside the motor.

Been think'n of a way to test the waters before tear'n into it, maybe flush it out a time ot two with some fluid/oil & see if anything empties out along with the fluid.

I also have a XR650R that needs the case split so I can put a new crank in it, maybe the same case seperater will do for both machines.
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You only need special tools if you have to remove the crank. If you only want to split the cases then no tools are needed but just use common sense. I have split both motors and the only special tool I used was a flywheel puller and a Motion Pro clutch ,vise grip thingy.

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You only need special tools if you have to remove the crank. If you only want to split the cases then no tools are needed but just use common sense. I have split both motors and the only special tool I used was a flywheel puller and a Motion Pro clutch ,vise grip thingy.

its not hard, these 2 tools is all you need, i actually bought a bolt for the flywheel instead of a puller and it worked perfect with a little grease on the end.and it only cost me $8. just use cardboard to keep track of where your bolts go, i did mine over a weekend.

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Clutch tool isnt needed but nice to have,,, just use an impact(small) and a leather gloove to hold the inner hub, rag works too


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