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    my ski has thrust vectoring......does yours??? killcraft's Avatar
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    gpr crankcase broken screw

    ok so i broke off a bolt in the crankcase and tried to drill and easy out it but of course it didnt work.... what are my options here can i run with out that bolt. its the number one bolt in the torque sequence


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    can you drill it out and put a helicoil or timesert in the hole

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    my ski has thrust vectoring......does yours??? killcraft's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by zx11rider View Post
    can you drill it out and put a helicoil or timesert in the hole
    helicoil i know what they are and how to use them but where can i get them?

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    Any auto parts supply house will have them. If you are not really sure about what you are doing just take it to a machine shop. The charge will be a lot less than a set of cases or a blown motor. This is not the part you should cut corners with....

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