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    2014 spark with stripped crank

    I got a 2014 spark that stripped the crank where the driveshalf goes in, is there any fix kits for this or at the worst a better crank I don't really want to put the same crank in if this is going to happen again
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scotthw View Post
    I got a 2014 spark that stripped the crank where the driveshalf goes in, is there any fix kits for this or at the worst a better crank I don't really want to put the same crank in if this is going to happen again
    Thanks
    BRP sells a redesigned crank. it has a removable output sleeve, so you will no longer have to replace the crank if it happens again.

    Bad part is the new crank costs 1500 and to put it in you need to tear apart the engine.

    https://www.seadoopartshouse.com/oem...900-900-ho-ace

    you need parts 1 and 2 (plus whatever you need to rebuild the engine)

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    Unfortunately I don't thing there are any viable solutions apart from replacing with a new crank. Some time during early 2016 (think it was from 24th of Feb.) BRP changed the design so that you can replace only the part where the drive shaft goes into but I don't know if it's possible to fit that type of crank in the earlier versions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by speed51133 View Post
    BRP sells a redesigned crank. it has a removable output sleeve, so you will no longer have to replace the crank if it happens again.

    Bad part is the new crank costs 1500 and to put it in you need to tear apart the engine.

    https://www.seadoopartshouse.com/oem...900-900-ho-ace

    you need parts 1 and 2 (plus whatever you need to rebuild the engine)
    You beat me to it

    Do you know if the new design can be retrofitted to the older blocks?

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    yes, of course you can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by speed51133 View Post
    yes, of course you can.
    Thanks, good to know, I know it has been discussed before but I never heard it confirmed. Kind of strange that the still sell the old crank in that case thogh.

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    Someone here repaired one of these... Might be worth searching for. I think it was some pretty heavy machine work to make it happen though.


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    I would like to see pics of this. Interesting to see a fix on this. And not replacing a new crank either.

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    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthre...park+crank+fix

    (glad i didnt daydream this one up....)

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    you cant replace the old/damaged output sleeve. you replace the entire crank with the new style crank and removable output sleeve. Of course if you machine the crank you can do whatever you want. I did not understand that russian youtube vido linked-to above. No idea what it was showing/saying. Looked like maybe he fitted a sleeve onto the damaged crank, but it never showed how he did it with the engine/crank inside the ski.

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