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April 30th, 2015, 03:50 PM   #11
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i would say its too thick to get in where needed but i don't have a flywheel in front of me

would be better than nothing

FWIW usual temp of the part is about 70-80deg C
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JB weld in my inlet ports
Best to have a rough surface to bond to, I think.
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Talking to some of the sidecar-x boys and yes it has happened before, they just bond it back in or leave it out altogether!
I was thinking of applying the resin in the rim of the 'top hat' so that it bonds to the outer edge of the rotor, that way any excess can easily cleaned up
When I pulled the sleeve out there was a very small amount of resin, a small blob on the outer edge and same on the base pressing against the bottom of the rotor, neither looked as if they had 'squashed' metal to metal so to speak.
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Flywheel stamped FP8035 KTM? Would spin in the opposite direction and the key way in the wrong place?
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possibly.. i don't have a flywheel i can check, if nobody can help on here ask on ktm talk rfs section which model its for and then x reference part numbes
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