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    The TTR case is on the left and you can see the amount of metal that would need to be removed to install a TTR cylinder in TW cases.





    I used a Dremel and water to keep the bit cool and from clogging up from the hot metal. See the scribe mark along the black paint so I do not take to much off.



    Next a sanding to smooth it out.





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    Quote Originally Posted by ronnydog View Post
    The TTR case is on the left and you can see the amount of metal that would need to be removed to install a TTR cylinder in TW cases. I do not get the picture loading on this site???????? I do the same thing each time ????????



    [IMG]http://i678.photobucket.com/albums/vv147/ronnydog/PA030367.jpg[IMG]

    I used a Dremel and water to keep the bit cool and from clogging up from the hot metal.

    http://i678.photobucket.com/albums/v...g/PA030369.jpg

    Next a sanding to smooth it out.

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    I see what you are doing, and it looks cool, but that doesn't mean I know what you are getting at...
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    Ronnydog,



    Why are you boring out the TW cases and not using the TTR cases. Maybe I'm missing something but that's what I did. the TW generator side cover with the outrigger bearing fits it no problem.

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    The TT-R counterbalancer is different from the TW counterbalancer. If you're using a longer stroke, might want to use the heavier counterbalancer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uktw125 View Post
    Ronnydog,



    Why are you boring out the TW cases and not using the TTR cases. Maybe I'm missing something but that's what I did. the TW generator side cover with the outrigger bearing fits it no problem.




    I did it so almost anyone could do this build with there TW motor and not need to buy a TTR. Ya the TTR cases would be the way to go especially because I'm adding a six speed.



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    Quote Originally Posted by qwerty View Post
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    The TT-R counterbalancer is different from the TW counterbalancer. If you're using a longer stroke, might want to use the heavier counterbalancer.




    I have three TTR counterbalances and the weight is different in all of them.

    #1. TTR counterbalance 1 Lb 2.6oz

    #2. TTR counterbalance 1 Lb 2.1oz

    #3. TTR counterbalance 1 Lb 1.9oz



    The TW counterbalance 1 Lb 1.7oz





    The TTR is on the left.


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    Did you happen to know which TT-R balancer came from what year? I expect the heaviest would provide the smoothest running stroker engine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by qwerty View Post
    Did you happen to know which TT-R balancer came from what year? I expect the heaviest would provide the smoothest running stroker engine.




    It looks like the TW has the most weighted offset, not to sure how to say that? If you look at the pics of the counterbalance the weight in the TTR is more in the shaft not in the offset lobe like in the TW.





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    Boy oh boy, you have quite a project there. I suspect, at some point you will have quite the trailbike as well. Thanks for all the great pictures and info. Your project will make one helluv a sticking. Gerry
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