Re: hairline crack in engine crankcase
>I am wondering if a crack in 4 stroke engine case is as important as in
>>>>2 strokes? The crankcase vent for this engine is routed to the intake
All the inane electric comments aside, The answer to youe question is adefinite
maybe. Try running the engine on a test stand. Is it is a leak in the same
chamber as teh crankcase vent, it will probably be no problem. Measure it
before you run it and again after a few runs and see if it extends. If it is
interfering with the running, look around for a repalcement crankcase. I had an
OS 90 4 stroke that was a remake of two dead engines. Ran it for about a year
on my Tiger 60.
Good luck, let us all know if & how it runs. Andy
We can make a box of wood.....FLY!!
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