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Old 06-25-2010, 08:54 AM   #16
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when i got the motor the sleave was out. and i always use cardbaord to push the sleave out is that good or bad
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Old 06-25-2010, 08:55 AM   #17
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Is it only too tight when motor is assembled? Did you not seat the rear bearing all the way?
it is to tight in or out of motor
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Old 06-25-2010, 09:05 AM   #18
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+1 on talking to Rex Welch. He will take care of you.

Rex, I race with Tony Bacon. Did you hear he is now a Mugen Team Driver?
Quite the deal for him.

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sounds like that is my plan
dnt know him but con grats to tony on becoming part of the mugen team
sounds like a hek of a deal
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sounds like that is my plan
dnt know him but con grats to tony on becoming part of the mugen team
sounds like a hek of a deal
I had the same problem I just put the P/S in the oven to 350 degrees and that did it for me. same engine now running hard 3 gallons so far .
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Old 06-25-2010, 09:37 AM   #20
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I had the same problem I just put the P/S in the oven to 350 degrees and that did it for me. same engine now running hard 3 gallons so far .
what do u mean u just put it in there got to temp took it out and it was fixed ?
i think i will just send it to rex along with another sleave i have. that way i will have backups
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also my camera sucks so couldnt get a clear pic of the piston but it has a small scuff its not a deep scratch but where its at concerns me sketched up a little pic i know without a good pic or actually c it in person u cant really tell is it something i should just toss it or send it to rex anyway
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rex(22racer) will take good care of you i send all my motors to him
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any input on the piston
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did u c the sketch what do u think still send it and c what u can do. my concern is where the scratch /scuff is.
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any input on where the scratch is
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Well the scratch is right across the oil grooves, which can be a problem if it's too deep. If it really is just a scuff, it shouldn't hurt anything. I'd send it to Rex and let him take a look at it.
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Old 06-25-2010, 06:49 PM   #27
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it is just a scuff nothing deep i will send to rex and have him fix it up everyone ben telling me go to rex. so i am going to rex
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