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    Carbon Build Up

    This is an interesting thread and useful help for the original "postie" towards repairing the valve train damage incountered.
    I'm going to go out on a limb and mention my favourite solution towards...
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    Looks a lot like an unused battery vent hose, the...

    Looks a lot like an unused battery vent hose, the little elbow usually plugs into top case port on wet cell type (often left off when AGM's and such are used) Check your battery, you probably can...
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    Atp

    Well, now there are three of us - perhaps I can leave the detention hall now that 2 other turbo bikes have manifested :burnout
    Where are my manners, nice restoration work and reunion with your...
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    Units of Measure?

    Hi Roger, not sure what the units of measure are in HW's chart - "Fuel Quantity/ Miles/ Mileage".
    Would that be US gallons, or Canadian?
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    Phasing

    I would tend to agree with D.Y. relative to the phasing of the assembly.
    That would be pretty clever to have engineered the out of phase condition to return to "spot on" when under loading but that...
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    Luftmeister?

    PM me if you want to talk shop
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    AFR monitoring

    Seeing as how you have engaged in what you describe as a "deviant mod" lol, you might not be adverse to taking the reigns and measuring directly the afr's that are developing as you ride and your...
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    Surging

    Perhaps I can offer some feedback from a different vantage point to help support the thread question.
    On my project where fuel injection and timing (to mention just the main controllable items...
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    Wide Band Choice

    Roger, your coverage and analysis of this thread and data continues to fill in blanks and develop some excellent tools for those inclined towards performance improvement & deeper understanding of...
  10. Tight valves can cause an unstable idle and...

    Tight valves can cause an unstable idle and increased idle speed (as engine warms), this is a common item. I would check.
    Sounds like it might be wise to confirm the other fuel related checks as...
  11. Wasted Spark

    Look at the device you added, if it has 2 sensors (VR or Hall), 1 on each side of the rotating wheel (either with teeth, or gap like original bean can has) it might be possible the manufacturer set...
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    Nice exhaust work - flex pipe?
    Guess you could throw a clutch upgrade onto it easier tho.
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    The Plot Thickens

    Hey Roger, some nice info here. I'm going to copy it/ save in case I end up integrating a MicroSquirt onto an oilhead.
    Lorne
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    Pin Striping

    Nice work as usual. Are you planning on having the pin striping redone and by hand? If you have a hard time finding someone to do the art work (as did I) there are quality transferrable product that...
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    Leaning

    Well of course the point you go too lean and the potential for detonation rears its destructive head. At that point there being enough O2 in the chamber to allow the piston to start burning, etc....
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    Intake pulsation and MAP

    [QUOTE=roger 04 rt;916239]From what I've read, using speed-densitiy (manifold absolute pressure) on a single cylinder engine (we have two on the same crank from a fueling perspective) doesn't result...
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    Beg to Differ

    In case any confusion has developed: my reference and comments have tended to reflect a theme of utilization of a different strategy to ultimately go way beyond the solving of the surging issue(s)...
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    Alpha N

    I have avoided working with Alpha-N, seems to ignore so much of what is taking place on an engine. With "Speed Density" actual conditions are being utilized plus for a turbo'ed condition it is much...
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    Time and Correction

    So Roger, are you revealing a roughly 10 second time period where the stock Motronic is displaying a 20% correction on fueling?
    If so, wow! That leaves a lot of room for improvement (I'm going to...
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    And in support

    Thank you Roger - that is a good read and looking forward to more excerpts and coverage of the Motronic. Actually pretty smart stuff despite the manifestation of the problems being dealt with and...
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    Back to Work

    [QUOTE=brook.reams;915380]Folks,

    Well, one step closer to a "First Engine Start" on this project. Just about everything needed is done before trying to start the engine after seven years of...
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    Carbs, Really?

    Sorry if a dis on carbs offends (pretty much the entire airhead contingent I suspect) and I agree in that carbs are simple and have their place.
    If however, eradication of the said fueling and...
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    Non Flat Clutch Plates

    My suspicions lie with your thoughts above Roger, where distortion of both of the metal plates that surround the friction disc is a dark horse contender in the efforts to identifying spline wear. The...
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    Pressure plate distortion

    Correct.
    However, I suspect we are witnessing warpage due to heat and the manner forces come to bear on those two items as they are installed, not wear as such.
    The forward plate (with flexible...
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    VW Clutches etc.

    On your question regarding usage of alternate or VW clutch plates, I believe this is a link to the ADV forum discussion on that (its quite long)...
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