XFR/Firecat/Sabercat Regular 128" XF / Firecat/Sabercat chassis

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Old 03-12-2011, 04:08 PM   #1
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Engine Torque stopper adjustment

I'm trying to set my belt deflection and align my clutches properly, but i'm having difficulty figuring out how to adjust the rubber torque stoppers.

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I understand you're suppose to loosen the engine mounts to allow for it to adjust, then tighten or loosen the torque bumpers tighten the mounts and then back off the bumpers 1.5mm. But i cannot get the rubber stoppers to adjust.
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you did loosen the lock nut on the torque bumper right?
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Yeah, i did loosen the lock nut, but there is no adjustment nut on the stopper, and the rubber just spins on the stud.
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grab it with some vise grips by the rubber bumper and see what ya can do
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There's only one problem. there's no room on the one under the throttle bodies. But i will try that on the one behind the clutches.
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