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    Flywheel welding from RD???

    Hi i see R&D do flywheel welding to strenghten it....

    has anyone actually heard of the bolts coming loose?


    thanks ian


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    I have not. However.... When I took my motor apart you could most defnitely see where twist of the two pieces occured applying pressure to the side of the bolts. So, if you had even more power I could see this as an absolutely plausable need.

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    and what sort of set up you running then mate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MR MAC View Post
    and what sort of set up you running then mate?

    Been a while, but that ski had been on a C1, C3 and then an E1 wheel with a motec ecu and all the other goodies. 160+ hours. I think my last speed in 2009 was 82 mph?

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