Old 02-24-2015, 11:47 PM
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Originally Posted by DS Motorsport View Post
That's the best tool you can use.

In your case the flywheel is probably out of tolerance and should be replaced.
I wouldn't advice glueing the pins back in, they will loosen up again eventually. Most of the time 5 minutes before the end of a race when you are in a good position.
You dont glue them in, you lock tite them in with

LoctiteŽ 263 High Strength Threadlocker


LoctiteŽ 263 High Strength Threadlocker is a Versatile, high strength liquid threadlocker. Reliably locks and seals metal fasteners up to 1 in. Engineered to cure consistently on a variety of metals, despite minor surface contaminants. Works on steel, stainless steel and most plated fasteners. Tolerates thread lubrication, corrosion protection anti-fluids. Rated for 360°F (180°C). Heat required for removal.

Features

High performance on various metals.
Improved temperature resistance (180°C).
Improved oil resistance.

Technical Data:
Passive metals cure, oil tolerance and high-temperature performance
Typical applications: Replaces LoctiteŽ 270 and LoctiteŽ 271 formulations
Viscosity: 400/600Cp
Cure Time: Fixture - 5 min Full - 24 hrs
Break torque: 23N.m
Prevail torque: 33 N.m

GET THE PICTURE.... It WILL NOT fall off.

Or you can buy a new one if you have money to throw away.
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