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Old 27-11-2013
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Default Lrp x20 oring snapping

Running lrp x20 stock spec and the oring keeps snapping under full boost
I have gone through three and put a heavier duty slightly thicker oring and it seems fine but why are the originals snapping
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What O-ring are you referring to?
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The one on the end of the rotor before the front bearing
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very strange! I have afew x20's and x12's and have never had an issue with the o-ring, is there a sharp face on the bearing or rotor causing it to eat into the o-ring?
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It wont occur on a x12 as it used shims no oring
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X12s do have a o-ring also ;-)

We'll all mine have.

http://www.lrp.cc/en/service/manuals/?file=4877
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