Zeeltronic covers.

waxhead

wannabe backflipper
Location
gold coast
actually yes well no. I have been working on the covers, I am just going to have to do a little bit of machining as i made a mistake in the drawing.
its all part of the deal when you are doing these things.
So busy trying to develop new product at the moment
 

Sanoman

screwthepast,makeitnew
Location
NE Tenn
actually yes well no. I have been working on the covers, I am just going to have to do a little bit of machining as i made a mistake in the drawing.
its all part of the deal when you are doing these things.
So busy trying to develop new product at the moment
Thank you for the update. Don’t blame you for pursuing a new product!
 

McDog

Other Administrator
Staff member
Location
South Florida
I hate to play the devil's advocate here but why bother making them if it cannot be done as an oring cover? It seems that it could be done if the grommet it redesigned somehow like the ATP boxes or maybe move the grommet location into the cover somehow? A flashy billet piece is nice but it should function better than oem imo.
 
I hate to play the devil's advocate here but why bother making them if it cannot be done as an oring cover? It seems that it could be done if the grommet it redesigned somehow like the ATP boxes or maybe move the grommet location into the cover somehow? A flashy billet piece is nice but it should function better than oem imo.

The balls on you...

Wax was also coming out with a new rubber flywheel gasket that’s reusable.


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Location
Ct
I hate to play the devil's advocate here but why bother making them if it cannot be done as an oring cover? It seems that it could be done if the grommet it redesigned somehow like the ATP boxes or maybe move the grommet location into the cover somehow? A flashy billet piece is nice but it should function better than oem imo.
Thats really not a concern for me. In reality how many times are you actually removing the cover. An O ring would be nice but its complicated by how the rubber nub is positioned. As long as you properly afix the normal gasket and seal around the rubber, there shouldn't be any leaks.

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