Re: Solo cylinder help needed
While I am no expert, You should contact Chris Bowles at Southern
But i would imagine if you put this cylinder on your original motor
you may want to check the piston for proper size and stroke and use
it as well. The older style piston may not work with this newer style
-- In email@example.com, "Carl McCall" <cdjmadhouse@n...>
> Oh Wise Ones,
> I recintly got a great deal($350.00) on a box of parts to go along
> with my collection, because with my Adventure I always need parts..
> in my box I got a complete low hour solo 210, a jug, a couple lowerThe
> ends, 2 crank shafts, couple heads, pullies, and a ton more misc.
> parts. Now this Solo is diferent, its mounted on a weird bracket.
> crank shaft is short, the short side where my Re-drive would go ifthe
> shaft was longer-has a cintrifical clutch mounted on it. Now forthe
> strange part----- I looked into the intake port and the piston hasan
> 1/2" hole in the side it. Whats up with that..... Now I took apartthe
> upper end and looked into the cylinder. I want to mention that thisis
> motor is clean, really clean. Now the cylinder on the intake port
> elong-gatted and polished down 3/4" from the bottom of thecylinder.
> As I look closer the other two ports besides the exhaust are also
> polished but left the same size. Can I use this cylinder with the
> elong-gatted intake port???? Carl from Michigan