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Yanda Build

Post by dan » Mon May 20, 2013 12:36 pm

Hi,
Finally getting round to it in drips & drabs.
:D

Lifted a L100 into a CB350 S-G frame to see where it needs adjustment.
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Gonna have to create a couple of extra inches across here to put the lump central.
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Will post again when i have more to report.

Thanks for looking.
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Re: Yanda Build

Post by gilburton » Mon May 20, 2013 1:17 pm

Don't be hung up too much on centralising the engine. Put your front cvt pulley on.Does it fit that taper?
The front pulley inside edge is static as the outer moves in. On the rear pulley it is the inner edge that moves so you will need to allow enough frame clearance for this.
It is the(fully open) rear pulley that will determine how central your engine sits in the frame :D
If you measure the front pulley width this will give you an idea of the width required when the rear pulley opens up!
The engine will need to be moved sideways to align the pulleys/belt.
Once you are satisfied that the drive belt is straight and you are happy that the rear pulley will clear the frame you can then go ahead with modifying mountings.frame. :)
It doesn't matter too much about aligning the chain as you will be using a jack shaft and the rear pulley/sprocket can be moved in/out.
You may have to remove the air filter and move the engine further forward to get the right distance between pulleys eg mine is about 250mm!!
Hope you don't mind me saying but I spent hours just playing around with alignment on mine. I initially destroyed the stand spring when the rear pulley opened up :lol:

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Re: Yanda Build

Post by dan » Sun Jan 12, 2014 7:35 pm

Hi,
Thanks for the tips Gilburton.
Its brought piece of mind on some concerns i have & also made me more aware of others i never considered.

have some bits arriving soon so took the opportunity to start mounting the frame onto a surface table.

will post a pic when i remember how to !

regards,
dan.
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Re: Yanda Build

Post by dan » Sun Jan 12, 2014 7:57 pm

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Re: Yanda Build

Post by dan » Sun Jan 12, 2014 7:59 pm

can anyone remind me how to post a pic from photo bucket please ?
thought a simple copy & paste would do like last time but I'm wrong again !
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Re: Yanda Build

Post by gilburton » Sun Jan 12, 2014 10:36 pm

Haven't a clue but if it is on your computer as a jpeg file just add it as an attachment :)

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Re: Yanda Build

Post by coachgeo » Mon Jan 13, 2014 3:28 am

dan wrote:can anyone remind me how to post a pic from photo bucket please ?
thought a simple copy & paste would do like last time but I'm wrong again !
:oops: :oops: :oops:
Don't recommend that. Once you stop using photo bucket years from now or you rearrange your pics there........ this thread becomes more worthless cause pics become an image error message.

If you must post from an external site like photobuckt you set it's permissions to "share" or "public access" or what ever term they call it. Then type into your post the following:

{img]full photo's photobuckt url . Should include backslash image name Dot jpg etc.{/img]
except use [ ] and not { ]

Example

{img]photobucket.dum/engine.jpg{/img]



gilburton wrote:Haven't a clue but if it is on your computer as a jpeg file just add it as an attachment :)
Gilburton is correct this is best way. It archives the image here so it is there for future readers to learn from

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Re: Yanda Build

Post by espe » Sat Feb 08, 2014 8:58 pm

When you point at your picture in your album at photobucket a dropdown appears. In this you choose the correct code. Click on it and its automatically copied. Then open your article and right-click at the spot you want the picture to be and select paste.
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