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Old 09-13-2019, 12:13 AM
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I didn't notice anywhere that you were advised to replace the factory iron flywheel with a billet aftermarket wheel.
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Cam $40, carb $100, flywheel $100, $rod 60. Springs $10

Basically get a stage 2 kit and add on the carb.
Says FLYWHEEL $100

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PVL Flywheels are only $65 plus shipping, instead of the $100 or $105 plus shipping for a billet one.
Says FLYWHEEL $65

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Disconnect all the hardware on top of the engine for the governor, and run your throttle cable direct to the carb.
That’s terrible advice. Bypassing the governor, but leaving it in place, will lead the engine failure. Tiny little pieces of Governor gear assembly in the crankcase will be catastrophic.

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. If you feel like pulling off the flywheel (and have a good INCH/LBS torque wrench to put it back)
You don’t need an INCH-POUND torque wrench to torque the flywheel nut to 54 FOOT-POUNDS, which is 648 Inch-Pounds.
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