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Ii have a 1970 honda ct 90 i bored half mil new piston and rings hand lapped valves new timing chain and tentioner and it smokes bad it has 150 lb compression on 5th kick what causes this

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Poor spark from bad batt. Or oil too thin like 20wt.Carb float level is off..get a clymer manual or library sec 629

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SOURCE: What causes premature wear in the rings and bore of BMW K75s?

the K75 has very reliable engine .. its unusual for it to fail in this way .. the frozen rings would suggest overheating and thats possible if the radiator fan fails (that happens often before your 80,000) .. many of the pre 1990 k75s would smoke after storing for awhile .. that was a ring gap positioning problem .. that was corrected in newer models .. the smoke however would not have damaged the cylinders .. maybe in the extreme could foul a plug .. is it possible that someone put something in your gas tank ??.. or could it have been run without oil/water or perhaps the wrong type oil (like transmission fluid) ... that engine should have lasted longer than most cars .. nice smooth bike ..

Posted on Jul 25, 2009

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SOURCE: NO COMPRESSION

This could be a number of things, none of which will be solved without revisiting the motor again. Give some thought to the following:
Check cam and gear timing. Did you repace the cylinder and or hone it, bore it? Did you gap and offset your rings correctly? Have you checked the valve train to see if you have a valve not closing?
You see there are a number of possible causes for this...you will have to go through one at a time and eliminate them.

Posted on Oct 05, 2009

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SOURCE: I broke the timing chain

you probably have time 180 degrees out....4 steps....(1)piston top dead center...(2) camshaft aligned with marks...(3) dist set for #1 cyl to fire ...and (4) timing marks on damper pulley aligned with marker on the cover or eng block...good luck

Posted on Mar 13, 2010

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SOURCE: Hi I am doing a simpile head & cylinder inspection

The diagram below should work for you. Put the piston on TDC. the OHC cam gear will have a single mark or may have two marks, see below. Be certain the front side of the chain is taut when mounting the gear. The cam chain tensioner keeps the back side taut.

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Posted on May 25, 2010

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SOURCE: pistons filling up with oil

These definately means that the rings are bad or the valve lines. if the smoke is white then those are the two suspects and you need a technician to look at it.

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