As you see below, the engine has been completely disassembled and is now put together again, and it runs great!
However, I fear I've done something wrong when mating the engine/gearbox.
The clutch is not working, and I think it has to do with the thrust bearing.
The clutch operated lever on top of the gearbox isn't sprung, I can move it by hand. When moving it, I can hear that it's touching the springs on the pressure plate though.
Now, how is the thrust bearing meant to be installed (it's not new, original item)?
To the pressure plate, or to the fork in the gearbox?
Is it possible to force it into the correct position, without splitting engine and gearbox again?