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    I'D RATHER SWEAT THAN SHIVER hyoctane23's Avatar
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    Pro 785 Flywheel

    Looking for a good Pro 785 flywheel since mine has been rusted to sh*t! I think my stator is good but I will double check that this evening.


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    i have a brand new one here.

    250.00 + s&h

    please email or call if i can help.

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    Get it sand blasted at an auto shop. wouldnt take but a couple mins to do. Unless the keyway or the taper is bad inside it. The only other bad thing would be if the rivets are loose and it changes the timing. You cant see it anyways once installed. Did the dashes arrive?

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    I'D RATHER SWEAT THAN SHIVER hyoctane23's Avatar
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    Having the rivets come loose is exactly what I'm afraid of...happened to my 1010. One rivet came loose and took out my stator. I got the dashes and they look sweet!! Now how exactly do I cut them for the MFD? I have an envelope with some $$ for ya but I've just been too damn lazy to get to the post office to get a stamp. I'm sorry!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hyoctane23 View Post
    Having the rivets come loose is exactly what I'm afraid of...happened to my 1010. One rivet came loose and took out my stator. I got the dashes and they look sweet!! Now how exactly do I cut them for the MFD? I have an envelope with some $$ for ya but I've just been too damn lazy to get to the post office to get a stamp. I'm sorry!!!
    I used a vibrating multi saw. You can drill a small hole and cut it with a jigsaw.. just wrap tape around the base of the saw so it doesn't scratch the dash plate. Don't get it wet while cutting, it wont cut at all if wet. i know it won't be,,just saying..I tried it to keep the dust down and the saw wouldn't move thru it.. weird.. must be a characteristic of that carbon fiber top piece it has.

    I want my MONEY! or your reed spacers! lol J/K....

    I have 3 flywheels here but they are rusty. the bores are fine but the rest needs a blasting. I can get it blasted for ya from my mechanic buddy. let me know. And none of the rivets are loose on any of them.

    yeah I know what ya mean, I hate going to the PO. always a mile long line. Amazing that they are supposedly broke all the time and raising postage rates every year.

    if the corners don't fit perfect, just rub them on the concrete a lil. worked good actually!. When drilling that hole, do it to the inside a lil so it doesnt stick out beyond the gauge! A carbide tapered cutter would work good too.

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    Hey Todd, I found my wheels, they arent that bad really. just surface stuff. I'll see Tomm if I can get one blasted and we can see what it looks like clean. maybe then you can get the thing Anodized or Powdercoated to keep it from rusting again. Clear coat would be a bad thing. it would flake off eventually.

    If you were to coat it, leave the magnets exposed,the teeth and the taper and keyway clear.. of course you already knew that...lol jus saying..

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    I'D RATHER SWEAT THAN SHIVER hyoctane23's Avatar
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    Hey guys...now I really need to buy a 785 flywheel and a solid engine coupler.

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    i still have a brand new one here.

    also have a solid drive coupler 50.00

    please email or call if interested.

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    Rasta Mon Condoms We Be Jammin!!!!! TxVirageTx's Avatar
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    could the rivets be replaced with some s/s bolts

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    weld it problem solved

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