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    ANOTHER 226 - 6 Speed Ready For Action

    This 226 includes a six speed trans, TTR225 clutch assembly, XT225 side cover, TTR cylinder bored to 70.5 mm, Wiseco high compression piston and a new kick starter.............Any guesses to who's bike this motor is going into?

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    Hopefully mine.

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    Looks pretty sweet Ronny!

    I just ordered that exact piston for mine. Is the 225 clutch side cover absolutely needed for the larger clutch assembly or will the TW side cover fit? I have both, but was hoping to use the TW one.

    Who's the lucky new owner?

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    Will it be on a long adventure ride in the near future?
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    have you been swapping the case bearing so that you can use the ttr countershaft or just using the 200 counter shaft?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TW-Brian View Post
    Looks pretty sweet Ronny!

    I just ordered that exact piston for mine. Is the 225 clutch side cover absolutely needed for the larger clutch assembly or will the TW side cover fit? I have both, but was hoping to use the TW one.

    Who's the lucky new owner?
    Yes the 225 side cover is needed if you use the larger clutch assembly, but I have ran the TW clutch with Barnett clutches and spacers under the 4 springs. Is a mater of fact it's still in my bike after many years of tough riding and now pulling the trailer around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vanillagorilla1 View Post
    have you been swapping the case bearing so that you can use the ttr countershaft or just using the 200 counter shaft?

    I have tried both countershafts with the same results.

    Ronnydog

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    How do you use the TT-R countershaft with the TW left case cover? Am I missing something here?

    I have the Barnett plates with an XT clutch and side cover on Tdub. Stock springs. Overkill.

    Some don't like the Barnett plates because they tend to drag when cold. This goes away once warmed up.




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