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  1. Mach Z RT and MXZ 1000 SDI Models
    Phasing Runout Concentricity - Part 4 of the Survivor Series After truing the clutch using a mediocre setup for the Long Range Dial Indicator, it became apparent to the experienced eye that I should take a closer look at the Runout and Concentricity of the tapered stub. I took the opportunity...
  2. Mach Z RT and MXZ 1000 SDI Models
    Tossing and Turning When I first measured the runout on the crank @ 0.0065 in (0.165 mm) the first thing I feared was the clutch being tossed around. With a little work I was able to get the fixed half of the clutch trued, well as much as I could to compensate this huge runout. At an inch from...
  3. Mach Z RT and MXZ 1000 SDI Models
    The mundane part of the series, but a topic I wanted to cover it before moving to the next segment. I am going to start by jacking-up the lower arm about a foot high, and put a few blocks for safety. Once the clutch retaining bolt is removed (you decide how to go about that part), I will use...
  4. Mach Z RT and MXZ 1000 SDI Models
    Ever get back from a ride to find the engine makes more noise than you remembered? It has happened to me two days ago, and I am almost certain the rattling noise was not there before I left. I have only gotten (got) 77 km (48 miles) this season, and there is still enough snow to go riding. So...
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