A local buddy of mine had the pleasure...zerothread?id=159259DriftingisLame wrote:I have an r34 NEO crank with a short snout, it definately wasnt totally fixed after late model r32's.
How many people have actually lost motors due to this? I've heard about it most on this forum than any other, but seriously, has anyone lost a motor due to the crank snout being too small? Please let me know!!
Only time I've ever heard of this being a problem is on 8500rpm+ circuit racing GT-R's.
If anyones had a problem with the crank snout, please give us the specs of the motor and what it revved too, and the damage.
Yeah If I had to do it again tho, I'd have told him it was a 4.0 liter jeep crank. I talked to my buddy at school who is a machinist... he told me I should have taken it to him, his shop would have been around 100 dollars lol.bumblebtuna wrote:bling bling yo!
my machine shop apparently has the same mentality as yoursthink he wanted 200ish to machine my bad crank.
well worth it though
Yeah they are the same. It comes with directions, they should know what to do as long as they are half decent machinists.KlanjacOFF wrote:Is this the collar you bought?
I'm guessing it works with the RB25 even though it says 26. Guess I'm going to go ahead and do this while my engine is out. So I dont need to measure anything for the machine shop, just take it to them and they will know?