Like I say, running it on the starter now, it sounds very tight.
maury wrote:Thanks very much !
But from the holy book itself (Honda shop manual).
"When replacing a connecting rod, be sure to use a new rod having the same weight code"
Picture shows the side of a rod (just like your picture above) with arrow pointing to the number - states - "Codes may be 1, 2 or 3"
"Record each connecting rod I.D. code number. Codes may be 1, 2 or 3."
Picture IS THE SAME EXACT AS I DESCRIBED FROM PAGE 8 - 12.
It's a weight.......no it's an I.D. number !!
Could very well be a typo - I know they exist in a lot of tech publications.
I don't see where the weight of the piston itself matters. So I'm going to buy a couple used pistons and have them swapped to these rods that were on the engine originally.
Thanks everyone !!
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