aceofspadz

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About aceofspadz

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  1. I did have it running Sunday first kick fire an 205 psi of compression! But found out that the crank needs 300 dollars worth of work.... But I have been working on it since dec 1 2013 every nite from 7 pm to 12 am seven days a week til now, I got to tear it back down to get the crank! Yamaha blaster yz250 engine swap
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  3. If its not the bearings, then your crank has worn down from use over time. Causing the crank to move side to side. It is out of spec!
  4. Good luck big guy, loctite gasket sealer is the way to go! Yamaha blaster yz250 engine swap
  5. It is a weird marking which I have never come across before but I don't think you have a problem. Yamaha blaster yz250 engine swap
  6. I called Hayward motor sports they discontinued the crank! They don't make them anymore,,, what a bummer. Thanks for your help Yamaha blaster yz250 engine swap
  7. Thank you guys for your input, it will help me out alot! Yamaha blaster yz250 engine swap
  8. I can help you with a pic from my 94 which are the same. Yamaha blaster yz250 engine swap
  9. Check the timing aswell. Yamaha blaster yz250 engine swap
  10. It seems to be pretty clean for 40 hrs. I really don't see anything wrong with the way it looks. Yamaha blaster yz250 engine swap
  11. eBay is your best friend, you just half to have patience an keep looking, one will turn up! Yamaha blaster yz250 engine swap
  12. Use loctite gasket sealer. It's good for 400 degrees continuos an 500 intermittent, I use it an have no problems with it . Yamaha blaster yz250 engine swap
  13. I have a 94 yz250, they do not make new cranks....... Why? My crank on flywheel side isn't a tight fit, Iam able to move crank side to side. I have heard of shops being able to weld on the shaft an then turn it down to spec. Does anyone know of someone that could do that for a fair price? Thanks to who every responds!
  14. Thank for your time, Iam just baffled. I can tell you know you stuff aswell thanks again buddy
  15. I did use heat to get the bearings in, I have done many like this an have had no problems.. I did not however touch the race just applied heat with a piece of round stock that I heated then slid crank in the clutch side bearing, the other side was a slip fit..