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Old 03-03-2010, 04:26 AM   #1
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I have stripped the thread on the small alloy part (horse-shoe shape) inside the motor that the timing screws attach to, to adjust the timing. Any ideas if you can get spares anywhere? (I have emailed Team Epic, awaiting response but i thought I'd ask..)
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I have stripped the thread on the small alloy part (horse-shoe shape) inside the motor that the timing screws attach to, to adjust the timing. Any ideas if you can get spares anywhere? (I have emailed Team Epic, awaiting response but i thought I'd ask..)
Just gently crip the screw hole area on the horseshoe shaped part with small pliers. These three screw don't need to be super tight,just snug!
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Just gently crip the screw hole area on the horseshoe shaped part with small pliers. These three screw don't need to be super tight,just snug!
Thanks, excellent idea and it worked a treat.
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