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So first turned the connecting pieces for the O-rings with the lathe.

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The whole thing 4 times, of course.

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Then the connecting pipe on the rotating part.

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The phase is used for a smooth transition.

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Then I asked my boss if he had 4 stainless steel arches for me.

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And then another small piece of pipe to connect the arches.

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So far so good. Now align everything and then weld everything.

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Looks like original or what do you think about it ??????
 

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At some point I caught a used cylinder on Ebay. HOORAY !!! Broken too, so lucky! Could throw up !!!

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Well if you already have 2 defective cylinder banks, you can make a whole out of them. Since I have to remove the liners from the cylinder, I will immediately put the liners and the gearbox with "windows"
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Then renew the cross-cut with the honing brush.
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The 4 best pistons were then selected and renewed.
 

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@ yantosh:

Here you can see again that the first 1100 GSXR gearboxes have no room for larger sockets.
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The 4 most beautiful pistons get new piston rings and new oil control rings. New piston paint is also applied. Applied with an airbrush gun. Goes great !!!!!!!

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The piston crowns really polished up and the whole thing into the oven. Please ask your wife first. Save a lot of trouble!

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I think looks very good. Better than new.
 

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So continued at the stern. This part is to be built later with a locking mechanism. All of this is then welded and no longer screwed.

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The 2 small original angles on the frame are removed and the new profile tube is attached directly. The old profile tube was 50mm x 20mm and the new one is 50mm x 40mm. And the lock for the "MOKO" hump goes into the profile tube.
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A rotating part is used to pull 2 locking bolts.
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Two stainless steel arms later pull the bolts.
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And this is how it should look from above.

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Thank you @ MDM for the words of praise.

It continues with the locking. I had to provide the POM blocks with a groove because of the profile tube.


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Then the locking bolt with spring.



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Put everything together

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Finally the end pieces and you're done

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this is how it looks finished. the counterpart from the stern then engages there

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The footrest system will later be placed 2 cm higher. You could do that with footrests from the accessories store. Point 1 the footrest systems that look nice are far too expensive. Point 2 the footrest systems that are not that expensive are not nice. A vicious circle. So I take the originals and I will add them to my taste.
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It's only a small step, but personally I like the footrest systems best. and black powder-coated a beautiful pair.

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