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    3 Rude repair

    Can this be repaired?




    Damage due to a drive shaft flailing about at 8000+ rpm

    Im SURE a turbo would easily solve this problem but create a big hole in my checking account


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    Why repair it? Just get a new one machined! that thing is toast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sturm215 View Post
    Why repair it? Just get a new one machined! that thing is toast.
    Says the s/c killer him self!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sturm215 View Post
    Why repair it? Just get a new one machined! that thing is toast.
    appears that way did not know if this was even possible. is it cheaper to machine one or just buy one already done? Talked to Jerry and he is gonna help me out but around here money does not grow on trees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mtuned View Post
    Says the s/c killer him self!
    Muahahaha!!!

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    Who is machineing housings these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stockrxp View Post
    Can this be repaired?




    Damage due to a drive shaft flailing about at 8000+ rpm

    Im SURE a turbo would easily solve this problem but create a big hole in my checking account
    Id say a decent welder could sort that out, it would take a abit of work and you would need to be very carefull that it had'nt warped at all, would want it to touch down and destroy the wheel.

    Prob best option would be to get a new cover.

    R88

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    I would bet Nils would have no issue at all getting you a new front cover. Has he been contacted?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Water4fire View Post
    I would bet Nils would have no issue at all getting you a new front cover. Has he been contacted?
    Yea awaiting response

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    Quote Originally Posted by Water4fire View Post
    I would bet Nils would have no issue at all getting you a new front cover. Has he been contacted?
    Quote Originally Posted by Stockrxp View Post
    Yea awaiting response
    Nils is off for the Baja 1000...he wont be back in shop till next week...Did you talk to Jerry??Hell be able to help you just as easy as Nils can/will...

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