|06-10-2007, 10:14 AM||#1|
RE 61Header and Carbon Pipe/SOLD!
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Header and Bolly EQ62 Carbon pipe 60 dollars.
I have one identical additional header 10 dollars.
Header is for inverted installation and has 1" offset from center of flange to center of pipe.
Buyer pays shipping from London Ont.
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|06-10-2007, 01:04 PM||#2|
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What motor does the header fit?
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|06-10-2007, 02:37 PM||#3|
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Hi, I have to do a little research to see if this pipe will work on my OS 140RX and if it does I will take it, give me about four hours and I will get back to you.
|06-10-2007, 08:58 PM||#6|
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Re: OS.61 parts
Thanks for posting the additional parts you have available. I have a Hanno which I haven't used for a while as well as a Bolly fibreglass pipe (not carbon fiber). The pipe and header suffered crash damage, pipe fixable but not the header, that is the reason for the inquiry. Also, spare engine parts would be good to have, some pieces no longer available from OS.
I definitely want the spare header you have and will give a little more thought to the engine parts. A couple of questions:
1. Of the 3 crankcases, how many are Hanno parts, my understanding is they differ from RF.61 cases.
2. Did the Hanno case with the Nelson parts have to be modified to accept those parts ?
3. Are all the pumps still functional - I realize this may be hard to determine, just to the best of your knowledge. (mine sat unused for several years and the diaphragm blistered, so I had to find a way to repair it)
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|06-12-2007, 05:13 PM||#7|
Of the three crankcases,one is a Hanno that comes with the crank,head carb and pump,and con rod and has the nelson parts.
The Hanno case was not modified to accept the nelson parts.
The difference in cases between the regular RF and Hanno was the exhaust has two small areas relieved in the top outside corners where it meets the Hanno cylinder,hence either a Hanno cylinder or regular cylinder will work in it.
The Hanno also has a chrome plated crank that I supposed to help the corrosion issues.(it helped a bit,but surface rust still appears).
Both the regular pump and Hanno pump worked when I pulled them out of survice,there is another regular pump in pieces in the pic that is included that may have the pieces you need.
I think the way to go with the parts is to put bearings in the regular low time RF and put either the hanno pump and carb or original pump and carb on it.
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