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Old 21st May 2010, 22:07   #16
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The restoration posts are like Sydney Sheldon Novels more you read it more it creates the curiosity in your mind, and more you want to know whats next.
I am eagerly waiting for next post/pic.
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Old 22nd May 2010, 09:37   #17
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Yezdi Roadking Engine Spares List

Spares Qty[/FONT]

Clutch Chain 1
Clutch plates 1 set
Oil seal 1 set
Gasket 1 set
Piston rings 1st oversize 1 set
A gear shifter spring 7 turns 2
Kick shaft spring 1
Bearings 1 set
Sifter rod 1



Work to be done
  • Bead blasting of the engine chambers
  • asting of barrel head
  • Bead blasting of clutch and magnet side covers.
  • Crank to get overhauled.
  • Barrel fins repair.
  • Barrel paint with epoxy paint.

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Old 22nd May 2010, 11:12   #18
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Stroke: Wish you the best of luck with your restoration. Finding Yezdi spares & parts is becoming increasingly difficult even down south, you will have a tough time sourcing them in Delhi. My advice, make a 2-day trip to Bangalore/Mysore and get all you need at one go. May be a bit expensive, but will save you a lot of time in the process.

Since you are a DIY guy, please post pictures as restoration progresses. I have the Roadking owner's manual and posted a PDF copy on the Yahoo Yezdi group, you can download it from there - it may be of some help to you.

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Old 24th May 2010, 16:51   #19
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Yezdi Roadking Engine Spares List

Spares Qty[/FONT]

Clutch Chain 1
Clutch plates 1 set
Oil seal 1 set
Gasket 1 set
Piston rings 1st oversize 1 set
A gear shifter spring 7 turns 2
Kick shaft spring 1
Bearings 1 set
Sifter rod 1



Work to be done
  • Bead blasting of the engine chambers
  • asting of barrel head
  • Bead blasting of clutch and magnet side covers.
  • Crank to get overhauled.
  • Barrel fins repair.
  • Barrel paint with epoxy paint.
Im PMing a number to you of a shop. This guy has all that you have mentioned and will probably ship it across to you too. The parts you have mentioned are not difficult to find at all.

Cheers. All the best.
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Old 9th June 2011, 16:58   #20
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After a long time i am back.


Spares which are arranged and replace in Engine rebuild.

Clutch Chain 1
Clutch plates 1 set
Oil seal 1 set
Gasket 1 set
Piston rings 1st oversize 1 set
A gear shifter spring 7 turns 2
Kick shaft spring 1
Bearings 1 set
Sifter rod 1



Work done
  • Sand blasting of the engine chambers
  • Sand blasting of barrel head
  • Sand blasting of clutch and magnet side covers.
  • Crank overhauled from very old and reputed workshop.
  • Barrel fins repaired.
  • Barrel painted with epoxy paint.
Final assembly of base engine is been done.

Will post pics soon
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Old 9th June 2011, 18:49   #21
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Please post pics of the restoration process

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Old 10th June 2011, 12:50   #22
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Some pics of the engine rebuild process.

Soon will assemble the complete engine to run to work on chassis.

Comments awaited.
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Old 10th June 2011, 16:25   #23
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Looks neat and clean, the crank job seems to be done well as its resting in 90% incline Were the clutch bell (the one where the clutch plate fits) has gone under the leath machine? look tampered a bit. Anyways what is the colour shade you going to use? And the stickering?

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Some pics of the engine rebuild process.

Soon will assemble the complete engine to run to work on chassis.

Comments awaited.
Are you sure the sand blasting of engine cases was a good idea? See it to make more damage to the cases
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Old 14th August 2011, 22:35   #25
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Are you sure the sand blasting of engine cases was a good idea? See it to make more damage to the cases

Its doesn't make any damage cases. Just need to put some masking tape to bearing fittings.
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Its doesn't make any damage cases. Just need to put some masking tape to bearing fittings.
Did see it being done for a RD 350 Chassis and looks like the material was a bit more granular rather than smooth ones. The chassis had lots of pore like finishes which the painter had to cover up using 'Patti'. Where did you get yours done if you don not mind sharing it?
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Did see it being done for a RD 350 Chassis and looks like the material was a bit more granular rather than smooth ones. The chassis had lots of pore like finishes which the painter had to cover up using 'Patti'. Where did you get yours done if you don not mind sharing it?

After getting motorcycles chassis sand blast i polish it with sandpaper 300 no and apply epoxy primer.

After 2-3 days of primer i polish the chassis with 1000 no sandpaper and apply epoxy black paint without using any putti.

I always try and do to paint max parts of motorcycle myself.
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I always try and do to paint max parts of motorcycle myself.
Would be keen to see the photos once you are done with the chassis stuff looks pretty interesting the way you are describing.
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Old 21st January 2012, 22:29   #29
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Engine rebuild is almost completed.
Now i am planning to my motorcycle paint work done soon.

I need some parts, please help me out.

1. Rear Half mudguard (internal side one).
2. Chain Cover.
3. Seat Plate.
4. Petrol Tank.

Waiting for positive links.
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Old 2nd February 2012, 17:21   #30
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I will be able to give you the Half Chain Mudguard.
Try your luck with Jain Auto Mysore @ 08212525293.
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