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DAVIDOFF59
08-09-2003, 12:32 PM
GOT MY ENGINE OUT ON SATURDAY.WAS A BIT OF A NIGHTMARE WITH A FEW SCRAPED KNUCKLES.THATS HALF THE PROBLEM SOLVED NOW.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY STEVE AND THANK YOU FOR THE C.D AN THANKS TO THE IRISH LADS FOR THE OFFERS.MIGHT MEET UP WITH YOU ALL WHEN I AM BACK ON THE ROAD.I CANT BLOODY WAIT I MISS IT THAT MUCH.WIL KEEP U ALL INFORMED OF HOW I AM GETTING ON

Dave
08-09-2003, 04:02 PM
Best of luck buddy,

let us know if you need a hand - not that I can do much but offer support :p

Cheers,
Dave

Adam
09-09-2003, 12:17 AM
Well may be only a third, cause putting it back in is a lot worse. Good luck with it. If you need a hand just send a smoke signal.

By the way there is a car show in Mosney on th 21st. I'm going and so is JohnD. There is a few cap's going and a guy from Limerick. Could that be you Dave? Well everyone is welcome to come.

ozsamurai
09-09-2003, 08:23 AM
Would love to see the pictures of the engine removal, and the scratched knuckles.....we can compare injuries (doing the same thing now), anyway hope its all going well..

Cheers

Oz...

PS At least its not an English car!!

Dave
09-09-2003, 09:36 AM
Originally posted by Adam

By the way there is a car show in Mosney on th 21st. I'm going and so is JohnD. There is a few cap's going and a guy from Limerick. Could that be you Dave? Well everyone is welcome to come.

The guy with the Cap is a buddy!!! He sent me on the entry forms but they arrived a day after the closing date to register - might go have a look tho ...

Cheers Guys,
Dave

Adam
09-09-2003, 11:36 AM
Sorry for stealing the thread.

I'm told you can bring the form with you and the admission fee on the day. I'll PM the rest.


See you there then.

Midship
13-09-2003, 09:43 PM
Sorry...just read the post now, good luck with putting it back in! If you need any info on anything give me a call (ill PM you my number) maybe ill see you at the show and we can compare injuries!

I put back in the gearbox on my own without the use of a ramp etc lying under the car.. I got a smack of it in the head!!!! Beat that for an injury :D sorry about the pun!!

DAVIDOFF59
15-09-2003, 01:58 PM
THANKS JOHN.WORKIN ON IT NOW HARD GETTIN TIME WITH WORKIN SHIFT WORK.SORRY I HAD TO LAUGH WHEN I READ YOUR LAST POST ABOUT THE SMACK ON THE HEAD.HOPE THERE ARE NO LONG TERM AFTER EFFECTS.THE PICTURE IDEA SOUNDS GOOD WILL TRY AN TAKE A FEW DURING THE DISMANTLING PROCESS

DAVIDOFF59
19-09-2003, 05:19 PM
GOT THE ENGINE DIS-ASSEMBLED.WILL GET AWAY WITH NEW PISTON RINGS I THINK.I HAVE 1 EXHAUST VALVE WITH A HOLE IN IT AND ONE WITH A DENT THAT WOULD HAVE WORN AWAY SHORTLY.WILL TAKE SOME PICS WHILE I AM AT IT AND POST THEM.

Adam
19-09-2003, 05:25 PM
Get ready for this! 50 euro each

DAVIDOFF59
20-09-2003, 03:58 PM
hi.these are the parts i need for my engine.can some one just verify part numbers before i go ordering please.
2 exhaust valves-14721-p36-000
cam shaft seal-91203-pg6-003
main bearings-13321-p36-003 through to 13327-p36-003
rocker cover gasket-12341-pn4-020
cam belt-06142-p01-305.

i need part numbers of piston rings.conrod bearings and head gasket kit

Steve_M
20-09-2003, 06:55 PM
Head gasket set (inc camshaft seal, valve stem seals, inlet/exhaust gaskets, head gasket, plug hole seals etc
06110-P36-020

Cambelt
06141-P36-306

Standard size piston rings
13011-P36-003

Big end bearing shells
13211-P36-003
to
13217-P36-003

HTH

Midship
21-09-2003, 01:49 AM
Hi Dave

Barings are very very expensive I donít know how bad yours are... but mine were in a fairly bad state, I was fortunate that I bought another E07A and that had perfect Barings in it which I used. I think youíll find that your engine is colour coded, baring shells and other engine bits are colour coded and Honda will probably ask you for your colour when you go to order.

Have you checked the roller baring and guide on the timing belt for ware? It is worth while changing them and at least inspecting your water pump too all these part on mine had to be replaced because they were quite worn. I used the genuine Honda sealant as recommended by Steve and found it excellent, itís expensive but I have no leaks so its money well spent! If your stuck for any bits give me a shout as I still have the Honda today Engine.

HTH

DAVIDOFF59
21-09-2003, 01:21 PM
thanks a million steve.i think u should be recommended for a knighthood cos of all the help u give.thanks john.can i ask whereu got the honda today engine cos that was my original plan to get a good honda today engine and send my old engine away to get done up and try and get a bit more power out of it.rebore,port and polish etc etc

Midship
21-09-2003, 09:03 PM
I would forget about the today engine idea.. even though its E07A the main engine mount on the beat wont fit it, so it wont be a simple bolt in job. The sump is different and I think the compression on the engine is slightly less too(beat 10, standard today 9.8?), I bought it cheap but it ended up having bent valves. The head is identical to a beat so got it skimmed and I ported and polished. I have my original head spare now.

But anyone thinking of a today engine should maybe stay any from it unless it comes cheap!

Go on Dave treat yourself...get your head skimmed also port and polish sure your down this far!

DAVIDOFF59
02-08-2004, 06:18 PM
first i was afraid,i was petrified,thinking of rebuilding beat had me petrified,well i'm glad i gave it a go,or else i would never know,how easy it is,how easy it is ha ha.only joking.
well hopefully have engine back in situ by tonite.wish me look.might be prayers i need

JGGIB
02-08-2004, 07:07 PM
My engine also out ,got local garage to take it out ,and steve putting in new main and big ends ,had cam belt and exhuast vavles also,so hope its ok soon.

Steve_M
02-08-2004, 07:33 PM
Here are john's sick No 2 big end shells. Not a pretty sight !!!

adrianp
02-08-2004, 07:40 PM
Ouch,

They don't look healthy at all...

Is that low oil?? or over tightening steve??

Ady.

Steve_M
02-08-2004, 09:07 PM
More than likely due to low oil levels, but could have been started off with impacts due to cambelt failures which slowly cause the shells to wear and pick up.

JGGIB
02-08-2004, 10:13 PM
is that a new rocker cover ,midship?

Steve_M
03-08-2004, 10:20 PM
Midship's looks as if its just had a bit of TLC, like yours has JJGIB

Steve_M
03-08-2004, 10:22 PM
Shiney !!! :cool:

JGGIB
03-08-2004, 11:14 PM
coool:cool: