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Old 01-26-2007, 12:14 AM   #1
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Default Ohhhh.....that smell.

Got some on my fingers tonight.

Whew

Nasty






I'm reaming out my hole.






Trying a little Zilla Motorsports work.

SC oil wreaks.
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Old 01-26-2007, 12:18 AM   #2
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that was just WRONG!

I knew where it was going right away, and i was still wrong
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Drain? Or magnetic plug?
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Both. :P
...and you wouldn't believe how bad the inlet and outlet are.
Huge casting ridges on both. Even just using a file would be an improvement.

I'm still waiting for Morad'* replacement rotors.

Do you think they will be bare rotors or will they be attached to the gears and end plate

If they are bare, do you have a picture of how to assemble
Puller and press work?
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Ed will send them attached to the plate. If he didn't (he will, trust me), you'd be hosed. You need an alignment jig to reassemble them. Trust me. I've been there, tried that, and learned from my mistakes. I've also confirmed with Magnusson and CSC since then.

You're rebuilding the Gen3?
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Yes, rebuilding it as a spare and something to do now that the Bullet is done....for now.
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Do you think they will be bare rotors or will they be attached to the gears and end plate
I'm pretty sure you'll get the whole assembly, it'* not worth dissassembling it for Ed.

May you be well blown forever more

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Yeah, pretty crazy how rough the casting is on those....
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