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That is the IMS itself. The part that fails, however, is the bearing that ...

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IMS pictures
Ed B - 7 years ago
Here are a couple of pictures showing an IMS in a case half. I hope!


Ed B
holds one end (at the rear of the motor above the RMS).

I posted mine, in various stages of dis-assembly. If interested i can re-post. I took mine out preventatively at about 35k and put int he LN unit when i had to do a clutch.

The other end as i understand is a bushing in the crankcase and is lubricated via normal engine oil.

Anyway thanks for posting.


Grant gee-lenahan-at-vee-eff-email-dot-net
I posted those photos since someone was interested in how the IMS was mounted in the case.

Ed B
without context it was unclear.


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