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Old 12-28-2010, 06:06 PM   #1
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Default Losi eight roto starter prob.

I have an Eight with a Mach 427 eng..I have taken the one way bearing out and replaced it with new one.It started the car fine for the first couple of tries. Now its slipping again. What can i do to stop this?The darn thing is inside the eng.bottom end beside the cam.
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Any help would be greatly appeciated
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I have an Eight with a Mach 427 eng..I have taken the one way bearing out and replaced it with new one.It started the car fine for the first couple of tries. Now its slipping again. What can i do to stop this?The darn thing is inside the eng.bottom end beside the cam.
Spray some carb cleaner in there every now and then and it won't slip.
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Old 12-28-2010, 09:42 PM   #4
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make sure the motor is sealed and that the header is not leaking. before putting the oneway bearing back on clean of the shaft.


or just get yourself a starter box and be done with it.
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