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Old 10-19-2008, 10:42 PM
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Hey Jamie!!! Any news?? How's the clutch doing???
Old 10-21-2008, 11:17 AM
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hey the second tank went as well as first.. and the second tank was pretty rough and the clutch bell still looks new... i am going to run anthor tank threw her this evening. it truned over yesterday and i thought it shifted into second. could the flywheel been causing it not to shift too ???? i will check on that to this evening
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If it was not reaching the proper RPM range, then sure it can cause it not to shift. Do you feel the problem with the broken clutchbells has been solved??
Old 10-21-2008, 01:22 PM
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well i think so but i will be happy when there's 5 to 6 tanks threw her and it still looks new... i will run her again this eveninfg after work only about 5 mins away from our lil track so it works out good... but i swear while she was upside down i heard it change to second gear... will check more on that this eveining..... and do you think amybe thats why the motor had to be rebuilt with such lil run time????? ty
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Well if the flywheel was out of balance then sure it will shorten the life of the engine!! And I would be surprised if the bellwould lokk "new" after 5-6 tanks might get "some' signs of use, but that would be normal. Keep us posted!
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hey the clutch seems to have done 4th tank looks as good as new... but i have anthor prob.. the engine i rebuilt about 8 tanks ago... yesterday it was pretty good and it stopped running.. like to have never got it started back... it seems to be getting worse all threw the tank... now this is a new engine or piston and sleeve that that is... so i dont know ill try to run it this evening and see...
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5 tanks still looks new the motor seems to be ok
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Sweet, good job Jamie, looks like you fixed it!! Patience and Perservernce pays off again!!
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yes it does seems as it is fixed... the motor ran ok yesterday hole tank without shutting off... but this engine doesnt seem to have the same low in torx as the first.... does anybody make a replacement engine for these??? and wonder if a associted 8.0 motor would work??? and will try to sometime this week adjust on second gear!!!!!
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DOG MAN R U AROUND
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Whats up Jamie??
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any ideals on other ????????
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dogman its been a while ant ideals on other ???????
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What other Jamie Refresh my memory please
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what other engine's would work ??
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Oh, Almost any big block hat has a pilot shaft style clutch, however there are not many engines with this displacement. This is a heavy truck, but if you really want to change motors then look at any 4.6cc monster truck motor with pull start and rear exhaust, like the Ofna Force .28 4.6cc:

http://cgi.ebay.com/New-Ofna-Force-2...ayphotohosting

Or even the Corsa 4.8cc .28, CEN has gone to this engine manufacturer in the the RTR trucks and Buggies

http://www.corsa-racing.com/28engine.html

I have not installed any other engine in my Genesis or Nemesis, bever found the need.

Hope that helps some

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