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    Need Help Pressure Test

    im installing the flywheel and there is a little space between the flywheel and the end of the crank, is it normal ?? and also the tooth on the bendix do not match the flywheel tooth ? can u tell please tell me if everything look fine on the pics.
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    Do you have the flywheel key in correctly? If so it should be fine.

    The space is normal as far as I remember. As long as the key is in correctly..once you torque the flywheel bolt down everything will be all good.

    The teeth not matching up is fine..they will match themselves up once you bump the starter for the first time.

    -Jon

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    Make sure the little thin washer is behind the starter Bendix. look in the service or parts manual for clarification. Also Pressure test before installing the flywheel so you can check the seals for leaks. I did get the kit

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    Need Help Pressure Test

    Bill lend me his pressure kit ( Thanks Bill) and I tried to do a pressure test but when i pumped ( for about 10min) the gauge didnt move ? what should i do to make it work ?

    Thanks
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    You have to block off the pulse line fittings on the cases where the carbs mount.

    They are 3 little brass fittings.

    Hook them together with some 1/4" fuel line and a "t" fitting or use three vacum line caps to cap them off.

    -Jon

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    thanks

    yea i forgot them, thanks man.

  7. #7

    leak

    i just did a pressure test and there is a leak on the seals (pto side), what should i do ??

  8. #8

    air leak seals ????

    i just did a pressure test and there is a leak on the seals both side of the crank, what should i do ??

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  9. #9

    Need Help Pressure Test

    i split the case cause i need to change the seals and im having problem to unbolt the flywheel, how can i remove it ??

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    you need a fly wheel puller .

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