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Re: Nytro Transplant #2

is the pillow block really necessary ,is it that weak on the housing.
and has any one broke a case because they didn't have it supported.
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is the pillow block really necessary ,is it that weak on the housing.
and has any one broke a case because they didn't have it supported.
Dan from RPM says that the case will break without the support bearing. The reason is that the RPM case doesn't have the snout extending out the clutch side that is needed for the Redline shaft support. The RPM gearboxes usually are not used with a clutch mounted on the input shaft. Most use a chain sprocket drive set up that is mounted close to the gearbox. RPM makes a special long input shaft for the Redline application for our clutch to mount on that needs to be supported with a bearing mounted to the frame. You still need the bump stop between the gearbox and the engine also.
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Thanks Mark, Dave, and Scott.
Some very important details in this thread. I appreciate the sharing. I am going to need it sooner or later.

Can't wait to see it go in April!
He won't be able to wipe the smile off his face for the whole week.



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Can't really see the pics... Can you repost it?
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I will be starting on the wiring in the next week. I built a panel for mounting the ECU and various relays and the starter solenoid. I have the dash cleaned up and ready for the new gauges too. I still have to cover it in 3M Carbon Fiber DI-NOC vinyl before I do the final install and wire up the gauges. Here is a preview though. Everybody likes pictures right...










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Worked on several different things yesterday. Built battery cables, used 4 gauge welding wire, it is ultra flexible and really nice. This time I am going to use Deutsch solid pin connectors for all of my connections that I have to make modifying the stock Yamaha wiring harness. Last time I used Weather Pack connectors and they worked fine. But in comparison the Deutsch are really comparable to an OEM connector you would find in your car.


I found a split sealed bus bar that uses a 12 pin Deutsch connectors. This will be perfect for supplying power and ground wires secure sealed connection.


I repacked the rear wheel bearings, they had a little sand behind the seals so couldn't put it back together like that. I have no idea how sand would be in there... Dwayne? Todd?


Once I got the bearing repacked I assembled everything so that I can start to check axle travel. We used Gorilla Axles as they plunge on both ends of the axle. The inner CV Cups were modified by Dan at RPM. Basically he cuts off the end of the cup with the external spline that mates with the stock gearbox and welds on a new end that has internal splines that mates with the RPM gearbox. The modified CV cup is held to RPM gearbox with a hex key bolt from the inside of the cup. This bolt reduces your inside pocket in the bottom of the cup by roughly .25". So now we have to run the axles through their full range of motion in the suspension travel to see if they bottom out on the bolt. The other challenge is that the clip to hold the axle in the star is a compression clip that holds from the back side of the star inside the clip. Now that the bolt holds the cup on the gearbox is inside the cup, if the clip is used it will be extremely difficult to remove the axle from the cup and the cup from the gearbox. So if we do not use the clip we need to make sure the axle splines stay fully engaged in the star at full suspension droop. Lol, this is going to go together and come apart quite a few times while measuring and double checking everything...









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"they had a little sand behind the seals so couldn't put it back together like that. I have no idea how sand would be in there... Dwayne? Todd?"

Getting stuck due to stock hp, no doubt. And the immediate shipment after it's last weak ride! Pun intended.



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Over the weekend I figured out how I wanted to make the frame bracket to hold the pillow block bearing and mount that supports the input shaft on the RPM Gearbox. The actual bracket that I welded to the frame really turned out to not be obtrusive when the bearing and bearing mount is not attached.






I also coved the dash with the 3M Carbon Fiber vinyl wrap.





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Been really busy with this car. It is almost done. Just a few things to button up and it can go home!










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