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LiteTek Chain sliders

Discussion in 'LiteTek Carburettor Kits and Products' started by maelstrom, Jul 25, 2016.

  1. kiffsta

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    They look great Blair., well done
     
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    Here is a comparison of the Honda part vs ours.
    MC22_OEM_01.jpg CSL-006_Compare_01.jpg
    The Honda part splits and has a small radius for support. The LiteTek part has greater overall thickness and a large radius.
    MC22_OEM_02.jpg CSL-006_Compare_02.jpg

    The Honda part uses small, flimsy nubs to secure the mid section of the slider. They break off and they don't work.
    The LiteTek part uses a 6mm hard plastic push rivet to secure the mid section.
    MC22_OEM_03.jpg CSL-006_Compare_03.jpg
    The Honda part uses a small 20mm diameter mount to locate the tail of the slider with very little support.
    The LiteTek part uses a 24mm diameter support section with a very generous radius.
    MC22_OEM_04.jpg CSL-006_Compare_04.jpg
    The Honda part uses a 5mm screw and this flanged washer to secure the slider.
    The LiteTek part uses a 5mm titanium shoulder screw.
     
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