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Muzzy mounts would be good, but doesn't really matter for a track bike I guess.
I have the Muzzys mount but it’s for a A model.
The frame on a A model is real narrow at the top bearing. The mount portion was not even close. I didn’t want to buy Scott damper parts to make a hybrid for the Scott damper. Trying to use up the parts I have.

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Empty case. Oil holes in the spray bar to oil the gears are small.

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Of the 4 oil squirters only 2 work from the factory.
So I drilled and tapped the other 2. Kzscott made this suggestion for the turbo motor. Probably not needed for NA horsepower.

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What effect will that have on oil pressure? I wanted to ask if you an Scott had any input on the idea of dimpling the the oil pump rotor. I'm building a 6.2 LSx for my boat and this mod, or an aftermarket oil pump with it as standard, is encouraged by builders:
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this would help prevent case and rotor-end scarring and reduce cavitation. I discovered my case had some light scarring/staining during assembly.
 

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KTM does this on their oil pumps, albeit to a lesser degree. This is crucial as some of their bikes have "reverse" rotors:
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What effect will that have on oil pressure? I wanted to ask if you an Scott had any input on the idea of dimpling the the oil pump rotor. I'm building a 6.2 LSx for my boat and this mod, or an aftermarket oil pump with it as standard, is encouraged by builders:
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this would help prevent case and rotor-end scarring and reduce cavitation. I discovered my case had some light scarring/staining during assembly.
There is a relief valve on the main galley that can be shimmed.

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Falicon lightened and polished B model crank is as light as a stock A model crank. The B model has a smaller flywheel to boot !
Need the bike to shift good so I guess we can’t go to light...lol

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