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    Smile Wanted FZ SHO Partz

    I have unfortunately just cooked by engine by a bad hose fitting on an oil supply line. I am trying to chase up some parts cheaply and if you know anyone that may have these parts please let me know "PM me".

    Crank "New" or one in excellent condition
    Transfer shaft and bits that go with it. "The little shaft that attaches to the crank and holds the Rear coupler on"
    CP Pistons
    Carrillo Rods
    Maybe magneto and starter clutch?



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    Looks nasty
    I hope you get it sorted for good this time

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    Can you post the bad hose fitting?

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    Wow.. sorry to hear after all the parts you bought...

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    Quote Originally Posted by fx160 View Post
    Looks nasty
    I hope you get it sorted for good this time
    Thanks Kev. Beers have helped drown my sorrows.

    Rt-HemiBoy, I was aware that the weakest link was the remote oil filter setup and thats why I sought advise from a professional hydraulic place and was sold on the idea. The "Speed Flow Series 400" hose & connector has let others down too.

    bryantjopplin, Connectors are pictured below. This hose and fitting way exceeds my needs but in practice has caused failures. Normally the only way to get these off is by slicing it off.
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    Thumbs down Speed Flow Connector Failure

    In the first picture you can see where the hose came off the fitting for the return oil line "starving the engine of lube".

    Below is the technical data specs for the Speed Flow hose and connector.

    I didn't wimp out and buy a $2 hose and 50cent fitting I bought the best "as recommended".
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    What someone has noted to me is that the tech specification for the maximum temperature has changed "reduced to 120 Deg Cel rather than 150 Deg Cel".

    In my application "remote oil filter setup" this decrease in the hose temperature rating makes it now useless for my application.

    The web site shows one thing and the online catalogue and printed catalogue shows hose temp of 150 Deg Cel.

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    It says in description not for use in high pressure systems.....think about how much pressure the oil pump is putting out at 8k rpm.....I know the burst pressure is 200 on hose but oil gets hot and the volume and pressure it travels at will classify it as a high pressure sysyem

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    That is another reason why the Yamaha oil filter is way more rigid compared to a car filter bought at parts store

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    Two things with no disrespect that hose is sub Par at best, Also the quick lock connector you got there is feeble at best. Now I placed a picture two show a hose when it goes over the barb the hose stretches and takes form with the barb.

    When I push the hose in the picture all the way on the fitting only way it's comming off is with a razor blade. 200 psi is like blowing a bubble under water

    I feel bad about Your motor as with anyone spending money it sucks to have disappointments I had my share.
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