I have been having trouble with my cam wheel (not the cover, the actual cam wheel) hitting the maser cylinder under full load. I have done some brain storming and have followed a few suggestions I have received on here.
One was to make a plate to go under the gear box mount to raise the passenger side of the engine so the cam wheels move away from the MC
This would have done the job and it fitted well but the mounting bolts were not long enough to go through the 5mm plate and the gearbox mount and still put the nuts on....Whilst having the mount out I got the height measure from a new one v's the one I had. The mount i had was squashed to a point greater than 5mm of plate anyway so - new mount please.
Then I was thinking of ways to give me a few more millimeters at the cam wheel end. Someone suggested to pack washers onto the back of the buffer so made up a plate to go behind the buffer which certainly reduces the engines movement.
Then an idea came to me to drop the engine a little more (when your scratching for space then every bit helps). I cut a plate to go in between the two cast mounts. I used 2mm plate but looking now after its done I could have gone a little more
I'll have a play over the weekend let you know how it all goes.
Also put one of these bushes in the lower engine mount fork.