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    Best way to install flywheel

    Whats the best way? Or is there only one way?


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    lap nose of crank to flywheel ,and don't go nut doing it just enought to knock shine off both parts.I install locktight red
    on face of nose BUT seem that stuff they use on crank bearings seem better ?

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    that der is a good idea Chip.
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    I used permatex sleeve retainer used for bearings,sleeves,and woodruff keys.It is green just like bearing retainer but works to 400s degree instead of 300 and that is the difference with the exception it will seal a .007 gap and bearing retainer will seal up to .005...You need to use red loctite on the bolt threads tho..
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    Part # (64000)High temp sleeve retainer..
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    Chris,do you mean....whats the easiest way,as far as taking the motor out or doing it in the hull,or all the above.

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    or just putting it on in general...It is not as hard to install as it is to remove...Lap the two edges like chip mentioned and make sure there is no lapping compound left on the two(clean) install woodruff key,put the bearing compound(green 64000) on the snout and key,line the key up with the flywheel and slide on with your hand and if you like barely tap with a rubber mallot in center where the bolt goes,install bolt with red loctite,hold coupler while torqueing the bolt on fly wheel to 55 ftlbs..I hope this answers your question...
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    Quote Originally Posted by james k View Post
    or just putting it on in general...It is not as hard to install as it is to remove...Lap the two edges like chip mentioned and make sure there is no lapping compound left on the two(clean) install woodruff key,put the bearing compound(green 64000) on the snout and key,line the key up with the flywheel and slide on with your hand and if you like barely tap with a rubber mallot in center where the bolt goes,install bolt with red loctite,hold coupler while torqueing the bolt on fly wheel to 55 ftlbs..I hope this answers your question...
    This is exactly what I needed. Thanks guys. I am a newb at this motor what can i say.

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    If you are installing a degree keyway,standing in front of the ski,looking at the nose,the off set of the key goes clockwise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WATER WOODY View Post
    If you are installing a degree keyway,standing in front of the ski,looking at the nose,the off set of the key goes clockwise.
    I will be installing the stock key. I am betting all the ponys that an ecu will come out by summer lol.

    I am also building this motor from the ground up out of the ski which has to make it much easier.

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