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  1. Good day all. I am going to install a crankcase breather to my engine. After a rebuild, a raised CR and triple webbers, I feel I need to let the arse end breath. I do see a large nut blank bellow the manual fuel pump. Is this a straight hole to the case that I could utilise. Or, seeing the manual fuel pump is no longer in use, can this hole be used. Thanks for help.
  2. Got a bit bored with chasing electrical faults and thought I might pop the rocker cover off to see what lies within after a 15 year slumber....Yikes! Not seen as much coke as this since I decoked a moped when I was 16! Crankcase breather has been in the ultrasonic cleaner for 2 hours +, huge amounts of flakey coke in the rocker cover and over the top of the head. And, at the moment I cannot discern any valve clearance anywhere - could be the cause of so much carbon deposit??? I know that one valve is a bit sticky under load - (Nice Back-Fire)! I have reasonable compression - 150
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