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Piston "jamming" in cylinder liner Options
Chasecar
#21 Posted : 28 August 2015 22:58:58

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Been there done that.
Check this post on piston jamming BDC.
http://forum.model-space...spx?g=posts&t=16131
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dw7walker
#22 Posted : 22 July 2016 09:30:05

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I have also experienced the same problem at TDC I don't have just a tight piston it is jammed tight even after connecting the pull start. I even tried the one good pull on the starter and the engine seized. I had to disassemble the engine to free it up. and it still required a bit of effort to remove the piston from the sleeve.
Thank you Dave
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#23 Posted : 22 July 2016 12:12:26

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Hi Dave welcome to the forum!

Where about's are you with your build?

Has it been run yet or are you getting these issues as soon as you have put it together?
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