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08.15.2008, 01:21 AM

Thanks Rootar & Mike, Ill post the pics here so you can check it out and see which I need, No big deal if you dont have larger ones I can just dremel it up like Rootar suggested..ive bought 3 Neus in about 8 months and everyone is different LOL Steve needs to cut that crap out...

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08.15.2008, 02:33 AM

If the changes are improvements for performance or making them cheaper to make and thereofre buy I am all for the new Neu changes. Nothing is perfect the first time out and having the motors evolve for the beter is great IMO.


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08.15.2008, 04:04 AM

thats REALLY weird. i ordered a smooth can version and it has rubber tubing coming out from the wires, i had to ream the holes out to fit and now has to be taped on to hold it there :(


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08.15.2008, 07:45 AM

jayjay we need a pic like my first below of yours, alos notice how the screw is the farthest thing out of the motor and take note on the placement of the screws in relation to the motor wires, my second picture show where i took the endmill to it on the inside, if i were you id just go ahead and do this and save you and mike the trouble of waiting to get a new cover, itll only take 10 mins and you can make it fit however tight you want it too, mine almost snaps on.

good luck and remember just use light pressure, high speed, and testfit often.
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08.15.2008, 02:38 PM

Yeah the screws stick out farther than the fins


   
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08.18.2008, 02:00 PM

Dudes ! .. Mike made up a neu cover for the new Neu specs and shipped it out to me Friday (same day I posted the pics for him) and I have it today. What a friggin cool dude. Its a perfect fit, good to go. Nice job and Thanks, you seriously rule..




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09.06.2008, 09:50 PM

Mike just told me to start ordering the endcover at the same time as the motor and he would stick it on for me...thanks mike your great!
   
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