Join Date: Jun 2008
Location: Southern, IL
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One-way bearing again?
My one-way bearing started making noise again this weekend. First a little history on my bike. It had 1000 rpm stall spring installed when I got it. I replaced the one-way but left the stall springs.
Approximately 150 miles later the one-way was making noise again. I did some reading and figured out that stall springs are hard on the one-way. The one-way takes over at the higher RPM when the stall springs release upon deceleration. So I replaced the one way and took out the stall springs.
Now 250 miles later the one-way is going out again. Is it possible that either the end of the crankshaft or the wet-clutch housing surfaces that one-way rides on/contacts are also worn? The wet-clutch housing is $175 on partshark so it's feasible to replace. Splitting the cases and replacing my 5mm stroker crank at this point in time is not. Any other suggestions?
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