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21 thoughts on “Triumph 650 Motorcycle Engine Disassembly & Rebuild Part 2 – Lowbrow Customs

  1. got to hammer cam blocks in t100 500 any advice be helpful guess will see if follow .thanks great videos..Also would a 650 motor fit on a 500 frame.? t100 1967 frame xone choped have a 64 frame and motor that match so hope some day do some trading for 650 motor.

  2. Great videos! Thanks! But… "no need to figure out which one goes where…"
    WRONG.
    Always keep then indexed just like lifters, lobes, and rockers. It might not be as significant, but it matters if you're doing it right.

  3. As far as I am concerned, if I am working on an engine that I don't know, I would never just do a top end job. Have to do the bottom end and clean out the crank sludge trap, Triumph, BSA and Norton.

  4. Such wonderful instructional videos, I do wish they would have had computers and videos when I was a kid. Thank you so much for taking the time to put together such an amazing demonstration for disassembly and reconstruction of the 650 Triumph motor, very educational and very much appreciated.

  5. TOOK MY TAPPETT BLOCKS OUT BUT HAD NO GROVE TO ALLOW FOR SEAL O RING . IS THIS RARE OR TAPPETTS DIFFERENT FOR ROUTT CYLENDER HEAD ??

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