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Super Tigre GS45 conrod assembly

Old 01-08-2018, 04:11 AM
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Hello i need some help assembling an engine i bought back around 2004, i bought a Super Tigre GS45 abc engine which had an issue so i wound uo getting a new cylinder piston and conrod. I havent touched since i took it apart all those years ago as i had to leave the hobby but now i have an opportunity to take it up again.. Can anyone help with , whic direction the conrod goes back in as it has a slight bevelled edge on one side and totally flat finish on the other, does the chamfuer/ bevelled edge go towards the crank, that is , facing to the front of the engine or does it face the rear crank case cover?? any help greatly appreciated
Old 01-08-2018, 08:31 AM
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Originally Posted by Majic12 View Post
Hello i need some help assembling an engine i bought back around 2004, i bought a Super Tigre GS45 abc engine which had an issue so i wound uo getting a new cylinder piston and conrod. I havent touched since i took it apart all those years ago as i had to leave the hobby but now i have an opportunity to take it up again.. Can anyone help with , whic direction the conrod goes back in as it has a slight bevelled edge on one side and totally flat finish on the other, does the chamfuer/ bevelled edge go towards the crank, that is , facing to the front of the engine or does it face the rear crank case cover?? any help greatly appreciated
The chamfered edge of the conrod bushing should face the crankshaft.
Old 01-08-2018, 03:57 PM
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yes to clear the radius at the base of the crank pin......
Old 01-08-2018, 09:41 PM
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Thank you so much , I thought that would be the case, much appreciation for the quick response to both of you..thank you

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