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joao
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Daytona T595


19 Oct 2014 21:33
news!

2 inlet valves fell into the cylinder, 1st piston with a hole on it, conrod with a lot of damage, etc, etc.....

I'll do a complete revision and change all the covers of the crankshaft and connecting rods, open the oil pump to be sure that it'll work ok, bluprinting the head, balance the crankshaft...

i notice that my Dtona crankshaft, doesn't have a complete chamfered oil feed holes, so i'm tempted to do it. What do you think?

chamfered means more oil enter to the crank and conrod bearings...perhaps resulting to a long lasting engine.
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