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  1. Care, Maintenance, and Troubleshooting
    I think I aerated my oil on an overfill. After running around town here in hot Houston I was getting back to the house 20 mph and at 2000 rpm I heard a little ticking, slight. I went away accelerating and came back after letting out the clutch, slowing down and then playing with the throttle to...
  2. Care, Maintenance, and Troubleshooting
    Hi. A month ago I had a spun bearing problem and I am in the need to replace the crankshaft and 1 connecting rod. I have 3 connecting rod with the code "E4 875". I bought a fourth connecting rod with the code "H2 569". They are different? I ask, since I know there are various sizes std of OEM...
  3. Performance Modifications
    Custom spec’d by TurboKits.com, our Billet BatMoWheel T28 journal bearing turbo is not to be overlooked. With the ability to support 400 HP, it’s billet compressor wheel featuring BatMoWheel technology makes more power with better throttle response than comparably sized cast wheel turbos. The...
  4. Care, Maintenance, and Troubleshooting
    I recently got my spyder in August 2012, its a rebuilt title and it seems like they just replace visual damage instead of everything. I'm trying to button down a shake/vibration that has appeared recently in the front end that happens around 30mph (barely), then again at 60-70mph (more...
  5. Care, Maintenance, and Troubleshooting
    So i looked around and could not find any specific information. Im swapping a Celica motor for a customer of mine. He insisted on a Japanese motor to save a few hundred bucks and i ended up with a block that needs the holes drilled out. Could any of you save me some trouble and tell me what...
  6. Parts and miscellaneous for sale
    SOLD!!! For Sale: Brand new in original packaging is a front wheel hub bearing for 00-05 Spyder. Made by Precision Bearing with lifetime warranty. Complete hub with ABS sensor and studs. $150 shipped.
  7. Care, Maintenance, and Troubleshooting
    I've discovered what I believe to be a bad front wheel bearing. So I'm in the process of removing a front right hub. I've got all four bolts removed as per the BGB, but that sucker isn't coming out. I tried smacking it with a dead-blow, nothing. Tried a brass drift and hammer from the back...
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