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#23
well since it has to come apart anyway as long as they can regrind the journal and get proper sized bearings you mayas well have the crank balanced . Makes a world of difference to performance . Last crank i did (car) we camphered the oil holes and cross drilled the oil holes too . Not sure if that would be a good idea on a Busa or not . It needs a fair bit of oil to maintain the pressure.
 

sixpack577

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#24
well since it has to come apart anyway as long as they can regrind the journal and get proper sized bearings you mayas well have the crank balanced . Makes a world of difference to performance . Last crank i did (car) we camphered the oil holes and cross drilled the oil holes too . Not sure if that would be a good idea on a Busa or not . It needs a fair bit of oil to maintain the pressure.
But, at the end of the day, if it's lightweight and shiny...that's all the Toad cares about, lol.
 
#27
Plus one for APE. They will tell you if it can be repaired to start with. Then they can repair and improve your crank with as many improvements as your wallet can stand. Honest knowledgeable and most of all capable.
 

Nastee

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#32
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Have a nice day :)![/QUOTE
Put the FN ROD bearing in the basket!! I got your dog. Wait a minuet was she a great big fat person?
 
#34
Well really. What else is there to do? He has it apart We the collective have advised sending it to APE and now there is nothing to do but wait . And so we get to amuse ourselves in this manner . I am sure once decisions have been made and /or results found this topic will get back on track . Patience my friend
 

Odin

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#35
LOL yeah I will end up sending it to APE. Yes my workout room doubles as my bike garage when I work on them, as it's more convenient for me to work inside
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then in my hot shed.
 

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