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    Feb 2014

    Fizzle & Engine Removal 2009 SHO

    Pulling the engine to replace a stripped thread and wondering if it will come out and go back in with the Fizzle IC still attached. Thanks Micko

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    Orange FZS's Avatar
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    Aug 2012
    I don't believe it will mate

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    Kelly_A's Avatar
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    Dec 2009
    Central Oklahoma
    IC has to come off since you'll need to shift the engine forward to disengage the coupler. If you haven't pulled the motor before, don't forget to mark the engine mount shims so you can get them back in the same place.

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    Feb 2014
    Thanks Guys, was hoping to avoid the skinned knuckles from working in those tight spaces

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    Leendert's Avatar
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    Jun 2007
    Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States
    Just take the fizzle off the engine and mive it forward, lay it in the hull you can take the engine out.

    but if you are that far you might aswell just remove it completely makes it easier to take the engine out.

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