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    xp oil block-off install

    When I install the block-off plate I just took off the pump, took the o-ring off and put it on the block-off plate and put the plate on to the motor. Did I have to pull out that part inside that turns the oil pump or is what I did O.K?


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    The only inside piece that turns that pump, if it's like Yamaha would be the flywheel.

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    Yes, you should take out the plastic drive shaft.

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    if I go to pull out that plastic driveshaft, what is behind it?

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    It just fits into the crank end. Nothing needs to be plugged inside. Just plug the Mag cover and cap the oil lines at the manifold.

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