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wsuwrhr

Purveyor of the Biggest Brapp
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#3
Nothing earth-shattering.

A couple people have already made them. I put my own little twist on it and put it on a major diet.

I mainly did it because people have asked for it when buying the billet motors.

Brian
 
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wsuwrhr

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#4
Hot off the press.

.093 Viton O-ring seal. It is pretty tight on the factory cases, but it fits.

Uses factory bushing(already installed).

Do you guys think an extra O-ring is necessary, or is one OK?

Brian

 
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GIL

Power In The Hands Of Few
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Yet more innovation from SB Products! No more ugly azz timing covers and no more cheezy azz gaskets that u have to grease the hell out of to keep sealed up!

Where there is a Brian-there is a cure!!! lol
 
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#ZERO

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#13
Nice lookin bling! :love:

Are you going to make any with a flywheel access plate on the front section to keep the bendix usable while the covers off or an adjustable front cover plate for the TL setups?
 

wsuwrhr

Purveyor of the Biggest Brapp
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#14
I wouldn't exactly call it innovation since it has been done before, but thanks bud.

Just doing my part to keep the billet movement moving.

Brian

Yet more innovation from SB Products! No more ugly azz timing covers and no more cheezy azz gaskets that u have to grease the hell out of to keep sealed up!

Where there is a Brian-there is a cure!!! lol
 
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