Tw-evo Motor...lets start from scratch

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Tw-evo Motor...lets start from scratch

Postby yona » Fri Nov 04, 2011 7:09 pm

Or repost the best assembly list and thing that worked...from evo cases to aftermarket...
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Re: Tw-evo Motor...lets start from scratch

Postby yona » Sun Oct 11, 2015 3:58 pm

Does anyone have to old list or the old post from the Fatso thread ????
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Re: Tw-evo Motor...lets start from scratch

Postby hansgoudzwaard » Mon Oct 12, 2015 4:12 pm

Can't remember about here ; did MechWerks do one on CW?

I am getting feebleminded. Sorry.

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Re: Tw-evo Motor...lets start from scratch

Postby yona » Mon Dec 26, 2016 8:16 pm

Think when Weyland disappeared, everybody got gun shy ..... then a friend of 25 years took off with all my stuff and a grand in cash .... I do have a set of cases that I bought from a member here and when I had no computer for over a year, he refused to send the paper because He felt I cheated him om S&H .... I tried to make it good but was told to GFMS ... Doubt he had paper to begain with ....
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Re: Tw-evo Motor...lets start from scratch

Postby saex » Sun Feb 12, 2017 7:32 am

Hey yona are you building the whole bike from scratch, if so i have done that. I started with just a set of casings.

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Re: Tw-evo Motor...lets start from scratch

Postby yona » Sat Feb 18, 2017 12:11 am

I have an old Santee hard tale frame and all the motor parts and a 5 speed, we'll and I can make the rest ... at one time there was a floathing list of parts that work and methods to assemblE motor .... I am interested in the welding of cases to strengthen for over bore and deck to keep from using spacers ... just trying to revive some lost great info ...
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