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Old 09-04-2009, 01:53 AM   #41
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Not sure if Miatas have this, but there were 2 plates near the crank that would sandwich and re-align the belt. The belt would go slightly off near the cam gears, but get re-aligned w/ the plates at the crank.
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Old 09-04-2009, 02:32 AM   #42
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WTF is that, part of the super damper? I JUST did my belt and can't identify that to save my life. Looks like a shift boot or something.
Yes, it's part of the super damper. According to [email protected], it is a part that you only get if you buy the super damper from FM. It bolts to the back of the pulley around the timing gear part and keeps the belt on.
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where did you have to get the piece from? where you chatged for it?
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he prob had it laying around and overlooked it when doing his install. he went drag racing tonight so maybe he will post up some new times the track he was at is shitty as hell anyway though no traction. But we shall see.
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dammit wes you went to edgewater and didnt tell me? O well. Maybe next time
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he prob had it laying around and overlooked it when doing his install. he went drag racing tonight so maybe he will post up some new times the track he was at is shitty as hell anyway though no traction. But we shall see.
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dammit wes you went to edgewater and didnt tell me? O well. Maybe next time
I was going to the valley, I was just going to spectate, and I didn't end up going anyway. I didn't want to drive my car that far from home yet.
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