Triumph 650 Motorcycle Engine Disassembly & Rebuild part 5 – Lowbrow Customs

Part 5 – With helpful tips and tricks, Todd takes a step by step walk through on splitting the cases, removing bearings and race bearings in preparation for vapor blasting. He shows you what to look for and how to…

Triumph 650 Motorcycle Engine Disassembly & Rebuild part 5 - Lowbrow Customs

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Part 5 – With helpful tips and tricks, Todd takes a step by step walk through on splitting the cases, removing bearings and race bearings in preparation for vapor blasting. He shows you what to look for and how to know when certain parts need replaced. Plus we have a Triumph BBQ for lunch!

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00:40 – Start to remove all fasteners holding the two halves together.
05:32 – Remove Tac Drive
08:25 – Plug the Tac drive hole with Lowbrow Customs Plug – https://www.lowbrowcustoms.com/cad-plated-triumph-tachometer-plug-1963-1968-triumph-1-2-16-bsf.html
09:00 – Remove through bolt on front of cases where L bracket attaches for exhaust
10:30 – Check one last time for any remaining oil in the crank case and drain.
10:56 – Remove engine from engine stand if you have one.
11:05 – Remove final two fasteners on bottom of the cases.
12:38 – Important* don’t forget to remove the two flathead screws located on the top of the engine by the rods.
15:10 – Double Check all of your work, make sure all fasteners have been removed from the cases.
16:00 – Split the cases using a dead blow hammer.
16:50 – Please don’t beat on your crankshaft!
17:24 – Pull the two halves apart, protect your rods.
17:53 – Remove exhaust and intake cams.
18:00 – Crank case breather vent info.
18:25 – Remove timed breather disk from the intake cam hole and explanation on how it works
19:55 – Difference between early and later year’s breather systems and what to look for, seals, etc.
21:05 – Remove crankshaft seal if you have one.
21:50 – Later breather system walk through.
22:55 – Remove the crank shaft from the right side case.
24:00 – Again, Do not beat on the crank shaft!
24:20 – Oil Filter Screen overview, removal and cleaning.
28:45 – Remove Transmission Seal.
29:47 – Remove the Snap ring from the bearing on the transmission.
30:04 – Remove your plunger from your transmission or try to…
31:11 – Remove your drain and level plug from transmisson.
31:50 – Try again to remove the plunger from your transmission.
32:16 – Remove the three bearings from the right side case. Crank shaft bearing, transmission bearings – layshaft and main shaft.
37:18 – Check the specs on your cam bushings, they are the least ware item in this engine and most likely will not need replaced in most cases.
37:54 – Wash your crank cases.
38:03 – Gasket scraping tip.
38:30 – Remove the race from the left case. Theres one way to do it and then Todd’s way to do it.
39:14 – Chef Todd cooks up some Triumph BBQ

Music by:
“You Know Why”
“Traveling In Your Mind”
Composed by: Loyalty Freak Music

“Fraie”
Composed by: Salmo

“Orbiting a Distant Planet”
Composed by: End Of Line

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