Looking good, feeling good. We had to work to make it happen, but the Magyar NRE 750 was shoveled in to fit to its Seeley MKII frame. A little-known factoid about these motors: The case mounting-bolt bosses are different widths and require appropriate shimming. No two of them are exactly the same dimensions, so a lot of attention was put into the plates to get it all into the Seeley and keep it perfectly lined up. This, and the ribbed oil galley under the timing cover was certain to foul the lower frame tube without careful placement. Happy to report about .100″ clearance without much ado. The front plates are next. Much, much, so ever so much more to come on this one.
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