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19th June 2019 11:34 PM
Missing Link Awesome....fill them gaps and you is all set......
19th June 2019 11:48 AM
Roeland Glueing them back in place after sanding and degreasing the surfaces with solvent cleaner and isopropyl alcohol.
7th June 2019 03:59 PM
schmidt314
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Originally Posted by Junkie View Post
Yeah, 110C being enough to fully loosen them says that they picked the wrong epoxy. That's a reasonable oil temp to run.


My assumption is that the epoxy was already compromised so 110C of direct flame heat doesnít surprise me they popped off. A new rotor might behave far different.

-ms
6th June 2019 10:46 PM
Missing Link That looks real puurdee...
6th June 2019 01:56 PM
Junkie Yeah, 110C being enough to fully loosen them says that they picked the wrong epoxy. That's a reasonable oil temp to run.
6th June 2019 11:59 AM
Roeland I’ve prepped the flywheel, two magnets were still attached so I bought a butane burner and heated up the flywheel. With an infrared thermometer I measured the temperature of the magnet whilst heating the flywheel. With a pick I was able to break the bond after applying heat for a short amount of time. I was shocked at what temperature this happened: 110 degrees Celsius!

I’ve removed all the residual epoxy of the magnets, they are clean as a whistle. Using 80 grit sandpaper has left minor scratches on the back surface ensuring great bond of the JB weld.

I’ve also sanded the inside of the flywheel: with new 60 grit sandpaper. I’ve not sanded in a circular direction: exactly the opposite. The scratches are perpendicular to the forces exposed to the magnets.

I’ll keep you all posted with the progress.
29th May 2019 10:44 PM
Missing Link
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Originally Posted by realshelby View Post
The only way to get magnets for these rotors is to salvage them from other rotors. Not available new from any source.
....And, unless the donor rotor has serious issues, if the magnets on it are still well attached, it is probably more prudent to JB fill that one and then salvage the magnets from the damaged unit.....you could keep them as spares, or be someone elses saviour...... (cue organ music)
29th May 2019 11:48 AM
realshelby The only way to get magnets for these rotors is to salvage them from other rotors. Not available new from any source.
29th May 2019 10:12 AM
Burnout75 Where can i find magnets for my sv1000?
it's so hard to find them... my flywheel shell it's ok but no one sells only magnets...
suzuki parts are impossible to contact only for this kind of replacement!

thanks
27th May 2019 12:51 AM
Missing Link
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Originally Posted by realshelby View Post
That is one of the nicest jobs of JB Weld I have seen!

I would agree, if i could see it... ha ha.... damn picture wont open up for me....must be a polarity thing....me being closer to the south pole.....
25th May 2019 03:55 PM
twag4
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Originally Posted by realshelby View Post
That is one of the nicest jobs of JB Weld I have seen!
Spray carburetor cleaner on a paper towel, and my finger. Thatís it.
25th May 2019 12:19 PM
realshelby That is one of the nicest jobs of JB Weld I have seen!
24th May 2019 08:18 PM
twag4 I had no problems with jb weld on mine. I used carburetor cleaner to keep the unset jb weld clean while it was still tacky. I used my finger to shape the trough in between the magnets. The magnets did not cause any heaping or mounding up for me.
24th May 2019 10:28 AM
Roeland Anyone having 1 spare magnet lying around or has got a suggestion to fix this issue? Cheers
24th May 2019 06:19 AM
oldbaldsob Roeland, I think you can get a pretty good idea of where the magnets go by looking at the pics of my rotors. It looks like the gaps between the magnets are kind of offset between each of the rotor bolts.
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