What clearance are you guys happy with on the pinion/crank case bearing. My notes say .0006 to .0008 is a good spec. I guess my dilema is the fact the S&S books seem to shoot for .0001 to .0005.
My plan is to use a "red" bearing (.2505" rollers--according to S&S).
(Crankcase I.D.) 1.7517-1.250 (pinion shaft)= .5017 clearance.
The red roller x2 will give me .5010 to give me a total of .0007" clearance.
If that seems too loose my other option is to go to old style cages and bearings(.0006+) to get my clearance down to 5 tenths.
Don't want to lapp the case again as the shop gave me rollers that ranged from .0004 to .0008+ for proper sizing.
Thanks in advance.