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    Shiftup Stator Plate

    Hey all,

    I have a Gorilla with a Scut 106, 4v head, Superclutch and super street rotor.

    It revs pretty well and I'd be lying if I said I don't spin it pretty hard.

    I've looked at these stator plates - but couldn't find much on them. The idea is that the bearing helps to stabilize the crank at high revs.

    Here's a few photos incase anyone else in in the same boat.

    shiftup boxed.jpg

    topside.jpg

    underside.jpg

    underside bearing.JPG

    topside bearing.jpg

    I'd have to say - it's possibly too pretty to put in the motor - and the machine work is top notch.

    A certain Tasmanian may not cope.

    The intent is to install it over the weekend. I'll report back after I have.

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    its engine oil madge ,,,
    Your soaking in it ,,!!

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    In all seriousness mate - its that shiny it was difficult to photograph!

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    nice bit of gear
    You have two parts of brain, 'left' and 'right'. In the left side, there's nothing right. In the right side, there's nothing left.

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    From memory there were compatibility issues between this plate and the Takegawa Super Street rotor. It was a while ago, and can't remember what the actual issue was, but maybe they have updated the design.

    That being said, I am running one of these on my Daytona DOHC using a CF Posh rotor. Liked the idea of this rather than the Takegawa cover with the bearing as I wanted to keep the Honda engine cover.

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