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Old 07-02-2010, 03:52 PM
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Revtech Engine Parts Diagram

Can anyone please help me find the parts diagram, service manual, engine parts schematic breakdown, etc. for either the 100 or the 110 Revtech engine?
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googled these they might help

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Here's the Custom Chrome catalog breakdown, you can page through it. Are you looking for anything specific or just looking for info?

http://www.customchromecatalog.com/t1.asp?page=766
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Welcome to cc! The catalog link is the best source. If you need anything let me know I can check stock online over the weekend and let you know availabilty
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Welcome to cc! The catalog link is the best source. If you need anything let me know I can check stock online over the weekend and let you know availabilty
Hey bro, I have a Revtech 100 Gen II, I have the heads and rocker boxes off and replaced gaskets. I need to know the torque specs and tightening sequence for the heads and the rocker boxes. I have searched everywhere for this with no luck. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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same as an evo. I assume you replaced the gaskets with the same thickness as what was on it? it could mean the difference of the piston kissing the head or not.
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same as an evo. I assume you replaced the gaskets with the same thickness as what was on it? it could mean the difference of the piston kissing the head or not.
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how can a person tell what the original thickness of the used gasket was ?? is the thickness printed / stamped on the gasket ?? or is there part of the gasket that is not compressed when the parts are torqued down ??

i have dealt with jap bikes all my life untill now. so i am trying to learn all i can about these big twins.......

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link is no good. says page can not be found......
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Here's the page with the Revtech gasket kits on it...

http://www.customchrome.net/icatalog/Full.aspx?Page=624
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same as an evo. I assume you replaced the gaskets with the same thickness as what was on it? it could mean the difference of the piston kissing the head or not.
it looks as if the manufacturer was trying different types of gaskets, probably trying to fix a problem with the engines that were in service, and this is what you were refering to in your post......

if i am correct, then what does a person need to do when they have to replace the gaskets. we don't want to install the same gaskets, like the ones that were leaking. so how do we know, which ones are the correct gaskets to use ??

i have what i think is a 2nd generation RT 100ci. so i am sure i will be needing to perform this service somewhere down the road.....

i hope you can understand what i am trying to say ......
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every motor will have a different tolerance between the piston and head hence, different size head gaskets. what you want is something between .030-.035 for clearance NOT under .030 at all. you need a dial indicator with a magnetic stand to really do it right or a set of the thickest gaskets you can buy. the 2nd way is to place a warm small tootsie roll on top of the piston, install the gasket, torgue the head, roll the motor over once, remove the head, gently peel off the tootsie and put it in the freezer for a few minutes, mike it. this will give you the clearance with the thickest gasket then buy the correct size gasket to get you down to the .030-.035 piston clearance range. Remember .030 is MINIMUM. You should do this all over again with the new gaskets and this time put some tootsie on the valve cutouts also, to insure the valves clear the pistons.
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Can you tell the between a Rev100 gen1 and gen2 from the outside?
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