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Hello all. First posting and wanted to say thanks to all of you for sharing your most valuable information and experience. I am working on a 1963 CB77 (slowly) and reading many of the posts in the forum. Currently putting the engine together and have a question regarding the left cylinder cover. Hope I have the right terminology here. There is an oil passage on the inside of the cover with 3 holes in it. One larger (about an 1/8th of an inch diameter) at one end of the passage way and two smaller ones ( less then 1/16th “) at the other end. One of these I can push a wire through and it exits above hole for cam gear shaft. The other I cannot get wire through. I assume these are oil feeds. Where does the second hole exit ?
Figured this out. Second weep hole comes out in roof of opening for tachometer gear. What ever was in there was very hard and stuck. Used 1/16th “ bit to drill out hole. Hope this helps someone. Excellent forum.