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Old 05-14-2005, 02:16 PM
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Alright i did the oil update today it took about an hour it comes with all directions and pictures you need.It isn't any big deal.Call your cci dealer and get it done
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Old 05-16-2005, 06:22 AM
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Dear all,
I wasnt lying when I told you all about this, and I wouldnt have told you if I hadnt tried it first myself................ it does work, and one last thing.......... it aint the same ole custom chrome anymore!



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Old 05-21-2005, 08:51 PM
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check for 2 x's stamped above the allen bolts inthe oil sump if the x's are there you don't need an update if no x's call your cci dealer and get the update
Hate to bring back a old topic but a buddy of mine just got a Rev 110" and it only has 1 X on it ..... this one need the update ?
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I think 1 x above the sump plugs indicates it has had the update,
I'M SURE YOU COULD CALL CCI AND GIVE THEM THE ENGINE # AND THEY WOULD KNOW FOR SURE.
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Old 05-23-2005, 06:51 AM
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Dear digz,
SC4500 hit the nail on the head........ that is my suggestion always, if there is a question or issue it's always best to contact the souce direct. give the tech guys at RevTech a call......... they for sure will have the answer. Good luck, and stay in the wind!



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Old 12-19-2013, 11:37 AM
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I know it's been a long time since this post has been visited, but I recently came across this problem with a RT 110" based chopper. It was puking oil out of the exhaust and the breathers. I nick named this bike "BP Oil". I contacted CCI for the update and received a call back from a tech. He sent me pics of the fix. He stated that they used to send out a kit with a drill fixture and some pins, but that they no longer do that. Instead he gave me the quick and easy fix. When you get the cam cover off, there is a hole on the gasket surface of the cam chest that has a check ball in it. Basically, this ball is removed and the hole that it abandoned is now enlarged so that it breaks through the surface INSIDE the cam chest. What this does is gives the cam chest a place to drain instead of filling up. The new models of 110's are machined accordingly. They were very helpful.
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filling the cam chest is as bad as filling the bottom end. Best fix is to lower the oil pressure to around 20 pounds which is MORE than ever need. Open the nosecone, bring #1 up to Tdc, put a .050 feeler between breather opening and case. Adjust the breather valve if its off. put a check valve on rear breather tube (breathing out) if using both top and bottom breathers. Use early style nosecone gasket.
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Old 12-19-2013, 12:00 PM
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btw, all evo's will bleed into the cases if left long enough
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Old 12-20-2021, 03:32 PM
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I know this is a old/dead thread but I need this update! I have the drill fixture, just need the "plugs" or dimensions of same & maybe some detailed pictures showing installation of said update!
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Old 01-07-2022, 09:29 PM
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Thanks Fuelie, for Sharing that update. I Don't have a RevTech but a Ultima and curiosity on what that modification was as you did say the sump was undersized I believe. I was wondering how they offer an oversized sump as a mod but was just a better design to speed up sumping/efficient breathing. Now i can sleep tonight.lol Kool Buddy!
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