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    Shrabber 06 rxp rebuild

    Well I decided to start a thread of my motor rebuild that has only 46 hours on it , Also it's how one part can affect the motor in a negative way. This thread was inspired by the wealth of knowledge I got on here as well as the input of Frank rxp6. Heres some pictures of break down.
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    Heres the straight rod
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    Here's the problem starter
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    Heres some more pics oh and my other toy 750li dont want to scratch it ha look closely you will see some melted pieces of flywheel inbeded in the pickup. Thought it was cool should cleanup
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    Look at what we found in the front pump dont mind the cocktail that was a requiremnet for the help top shelf stuff. I took beerheart advice and stuck with the beer!
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    This should be a great project for everyone that is going thru the rebuild process.

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    Do you running a Open Loop System? The Gen II was purchase brand new or you got it used? I don't see why the Gen II blew up. The Gen II is a very good IC. Good Luck with the rebuild project!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiburon1264 View Post
    Do you running a Open Loop System? The Gen II was purchase brand new or you got it used? I don't see why the Gen II blew up. The Gen II is a very good IC. Good Luck with the rebuild project!
    The genII was n the ski when I got it but as was mentioned and frank can chine in it was really diseigned to have more relief than the 1/4 bleeder but never the less the person who had the ski original owenr never had a bleeder in it. It had a slight swell but not like that. No open loop will never do it to much saltwater it was a leaking intercooler that locked first supercharger that broke teeth off in flywheel etc..............................

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    Doel, remember it probally had a pin hole more boost more pressure etc

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    Psyhco I have a flywheel with missing teeth for you

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