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Old 09-10-2009, 02:35 PM   #1
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Default losi 2.0 buggy with the orginal flywheel and clutch setup

hi I have a losi 2.0 buggy with the orginal flywheel and clutch setup. From breaking in a grp engine on it. The fly wheel kept jamming because of tdc. The flywheel is stripped because of fixing tdc. Do you think this will prevent me from bump starting the engine in the future?
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Once the engine loosens up, I would think you would be fine. You can always take a Dremel tool and cut slots or grooves in the flywheel for better grip on the bump box wheel.
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because I didnt want to change out the flywheel just for looks.
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That's why I use needle nose pliers to free a flywheel instead of a flat head screwdriver.
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