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    My Ceramic Damage

    Well, I pulled my engine and found pretty much what I expected. Front oil pump is destroyed. But the rear pump looks ok.
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    Franko, what kind of super charger do you have? who did the work?

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    I have had the RR HD clutch (stock shaft) installed by me (failed). I have had the RR HD clutch (stock shaft) installed by Mark Underwood (failed). I have had the stock clutch (stock shaft) installed by me (failed). Now I am getting the RR HD clutch and shaft installed by Mark Underwood. Hoping this is the last one I need.

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    Well, word is neither oil pump is serviceable. Oh well, that's what warranties are for.

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    Do you have a BOV ? It will help but expect to change your clutch regularly (preventitive maintenance) if you ride hard. Your cam will almost definatly be fine your oil filter will have grabbed the rest of the debris, unfortunatly it doesn`t protect your pumps.

    Chris.

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