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post #21 of 26 (permalink) Old 01-14-2013, 11:40 AM Thread Starter
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Il have to check tonight turns out it's missing a bolt from the mount also how much clearance does it need

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It should have 4 motor mount bolts, 1 on each corner NOT including that torque stop.

There is one that is hiding under the jack-shaft bracket that angles up into the rear PTO corner of the engine. Check that as well.

This would def cause a issue with RPM among other things. Was that torque stop just loose or any of the other bolts?

Next thing would be to check Center to Center and offset while you are re bolting the motor in.

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I run mine very close @0.005, but the I'm running a bit more HP than you have stock.
You can run it as much as 0.060.

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On pto side every bolt was loose...now she really runs

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Yep, them motors really like to be bolted down tight!

I bet it feels like a whole new sled now.

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Now check your c/c use the stop to push the engine forword to 12 1/4" and then a carpenters square to line up the engine to the secondary! If anything you want the clutch side to be just slightly forword so that under load it is square!
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