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Bonjour, voici un petit tutoriel pour changer le Joint de cache culbuteur d'un moteur F2N.


Liste des outils.


1 Cliquet avec une douille de 9 et une rallonge au cas où 
1 Paire de gants facultative 
1 Joint de cache culbuteur acheté sur Oscaro 

1 Pinceau, 1 brosse poils souples, 1 Brosse à dents.

1 Bac 

1 Bombe de dégraissant sec 

Des chiffons




1 - Démonter le dégazeur , moi je l'ai déjà enlevé pour éviter les fuites d'essence et que ça prenne  🔥 :lol:

2 - Démonter les 8 boulons qui se trouvent sur le cache culbuteur à l'aide du cliquet et de la douille de 9.




3 - Retirer le cache culbuteur et par la même occasion l'ancien joint  :cool:


4 - Nettoyage du cache culbuteur à l'aide de la Bombe de dégraissant sec, appliquer puis nettoyer avec le pinceau, puis avec les brosse à dents et brosse à poils souples, passer un coup de chiffon.




5 - Remonter le nouveau joint, bien faire attention qu'il soit bien en place partout  😅.



6 - Replacer le cache culbuteur, puis resserrer les 8 boulons en croix pour que la pression de serrage soit identique partout.
      Ne pas les visser d'un coup y allez progressivement et vérifier que tout soit bien serré à la fin  ;)


7 Remonter votre dégazeur.


Et le tour et jouer :) :) :) :) :) 





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Merci ! :top: 

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Il y a 12 heures, eternel a dit :


Ôte moi d'un doute mais pourquoi défait tu les 2 écrous a l'extrémité coté tête d'allumeur ? Je n'ai jamais eu besoin de les retirer de mémoire sur la mienne 🤔

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Posted (edited)

Salut, les écroues a l'extrémité côte allumeur je ni touche pas :).


Il y a juste ceux du cache culbuteur a retirer ;) 

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