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So Imwrapping up the rebuild on my 650h1 mudpro and have run into a snag. The problem I have now its my cylinder I currently have has a score in the wall from the rings that failed and Ive been told that you cant find over sized pistons for these machines. Now I can get my hands on a cylinder from a 07 650h1, is it possible to use this cylinder on my 2010?

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If its on this list then its the same part. .


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So I got the motor all together and in the bike ran through the break in fine no issues. Now it won’t turn over past the compression stroke it seem. I pull the plug and it spins over fine put it back in and it will start. But sometimes it will act like it’s locked up again. I have readjusted the valves again and still does it. Anyone have any ideas what I could be?
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Is it possible your battery might not be strong enough anymore. Can you turn it over by hand with the plug in?


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Agree about the battery... have you checked compression to see what you are at now? Give it a boost and see how it fires?

Original starter may not be up to the task anymore as well.. But check everything else out first

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Agree about the battery... have you checked compression to see what you are at now? Give it a boost and see how it fires?

Original starter may not be up to the task anymore as well.. But check everything else out first
I have checked the battery was full charged it’s a brand new one as of January, I had to just replace the starter after the rebuild because the original one couldn’t turn the motor over at all unless I took the plug out. Could the valves not be adjusted right still? I have them set at .004 intake and .006 exhaust per the manual I have
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Are you setting them on TDC compression ? The marks will line up on exhaust as well.
There is a compression release on the cam , it may not be working.

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Are you setting them on TDC compression ? The marks will line up on exhaust as well.
There is a compression release on the cam , it may not be working.
Yes I have been setting the at TDC compression and even have double checked that I was. As for the decompression it was working perfectly when I reinstalled the cam after the rebuild
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How long of a “break in” period? How did you break it in? Have you changed the oil and filter since?


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How long of a “break in” period? How did you break it in? Have you changed the oil and filter since?


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For the break in I would let it run and get to temp than shut it off cool down to room temp and cycle it again. I did that 3 times and than did full oil/filter change, now gently rode it around until this problem arose
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