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JetCat P120 thread size

Old 07-17-2020, 12:50 AM
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Hi Guys, I'm in a process of rebuilding a Jetcat P120, I was trying to figure out the thread size of my Jetcat P120's Nut that holds on the compressor wheel to the shaft. I need to make a new nut for it but I can't figure out the thread size. I know its a left-hand thread and the diameter is 6mm. But I'm having trouble figuring out the thread pitch/size. I was wondering if anyone could help. I don't want to send it to Jetcat as it would take too long and I can balance the turbine myself.
Old 07-28-2020, 11:19 AM
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How do you balance it yourself?
Old 09-15-2020, 08:34 AM
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Can you mark everything carefully and place back? Just asking. I have a popping sound only at idle. From the rear I see the pop at 4-5 o’clock. Been reading a full disassembly is needed to verify the injector isn’t aligned properly.
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yeah, I believe you could mark everything very precisely then re assemble it and torque everything down like it originally was.
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I would like to find data on the torque specs etc.

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