Thread: 1300 EFI and VFORCE3
09-20-2005, 11:18 AM #1
1300 EFI and VFORCE3
For those of you with 1300r's and VFORCE3, is this build correct?
1) New gasket x3
3) New reed assemblies (trimmed to fit in spacer recess so flush with spacer outside surface)
4) New gasket x3
5) oem reed valve plate
6) oem gasket
7) oem balance plate
And, if it is correct,
Do you use any kind of sealant to hold the reed assemblies tight in the spacer or will the oem reed valve plate hold them tight? Do you retain the oem parts listed above?
Am I way off target here? I'm trying to get ready ahead of time. Cheers.
09-20-2005, 07:10 PM #2
Looks good to me...but I don't have FI.
You will need to trim the inner gaskets with a razor blade, since they are a little too big to go on like they are.
I think Fernando mentioned something about glueing the cages to the adapter?
09-20-2005, 08:37 PM #3
"I think Fernando mentioned something about glueing the cages to the adapter? "
Dang. I talked to Fernando today and forgot to ask about that!
09-20-2005, 08:43 PM #4
09-20-2005, 08:54 PM #5
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We just installed them on my triple. No glueing. One tip is to rub the gaskets with grease to make them easy to remove.
We did use 1211 to glue the II's pedal to reed stop because of a tendancy for the middle reeds to break. But the III use a much better mounting system - nothing needed.
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