Flywheels Balanced Ready for Re-assembly
Well, nearly there. The flywheels had the balancing holes cut via wire erosion process to a very small interference fit. We then installed the tungsten slugs using a bit of Loctite to be safe. As there will be no axial load, this installation method should easily be sufficient to keep the slugs in place.
Here is a picture of the crank flywheels. One before installation and one with the tungsten slugs installed.
All the crank parts are off to get re-assembled next week, and then the engine re-assembly can begin. Hopefully, we can get the bike back on track (or road) by Spring time!