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Thread: Atc 350x rebuild. Help and suggestions

  1. #31
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    Nice build!

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  2. #32
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    Feb 2017
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    Atc 350x rebuild. Help and suggestions

    Iíll leave this here but hereís some pics of my new rotors. (Pads as well and some stainless hardware ) They seem legit. Bolted up no problem and look nicer. My rear was bent , thatís how this started. Well I think my build is done. Hopefully this motor breaks in nice and quits smoking lol. Wish me luck and Iíll see you all at the invasion.
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    Last edited by Shawn Powell; 11-22-2019 at 09:54 PM.

  3. #33
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    Nice work bud! Great to see someone invest that kind of money in a motor, I've done it a few times, lol.

    Anyhow, that motor should not smoke 1 bit. I've built a few of these and there is a ring break in period, but I never had any smoke.

    Are you sure you got all the rings right?? Sometimes it's easy to make a small mistake with 4 stroke rings as you have 5 gaps to stagger...
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  4. #34
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    Feb 2017
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    5 rings ? Your scaring me! Thereís only three on the wiseco , 2 compression one oil. Guys at race tech say it takes about a tank of gas. It only does it while cold. Once warmed up itís fine. Seemed to do it a lot less by the end of this weekend. Iíll keep an eye on it. I staggered the rings how wiseco said to and checked the ring gap before install.


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  5. #35
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    No there’s 5 rings and three ring slots. 2 compression, 1 oil expander and 2 oil rail rings for a total of 5. The oil rail rings sit above and below the oil expander ring in the third ring slot. If you missed putting the oil rail rings in, well, that sucks.
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  6. #36
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    Feb 2017
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    Corona CA
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    Quote Originally Posted by yaegerb View Post
    No thereís 5 rings and three ring slots. 2 compression, 1 oil expander and 2 oil rail rings for a total of 5. The oil rail rings sit above and below the oil expander ring in the third ring slot. If you missed putting the oil rail rings in, well, that sucks.
    Ok, that makes more sense. Then Iím good lol. I count the oil ring assembly as one ring but I see what you mean.


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