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My pulleys are lined up without spacers. In fact, I had to have my front pulley machined down on my Primo Brute IV because it was too far out (too far away from engine).
That's a little different because you had it machined to your specs.
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That's a little different because you had it machined to your specs.
So the spacers don't come with the charging system, you just buy them if you need them?
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Steve, I still don't really understand the offset issue you had.

I'm not familiar with the DNA setup. But I don't know why anything had to be machined.

But, as long as everything is lining up, it's all good I guess.
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Steve, I still don't really understand the offset issue you had.

I'm not familiar with the DNA setup. But I don't know why anything had to be machined.

But, as long as everything is lining up, it's all good I guess.
Do you have a picture of an Ultima crank showing the stator installed? Does the seal stick out past the stator? I'll see if I have a picture to show you what I mean. Could it be that the rotor on my charging system is thicker than others? I'm curious about that myself. All I know is I had to have 1/2" machined off of my front pulley.
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BTW, not trying to hijack your thread Stynie, it's all related.
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No. The best pic I have is the one below.

I'm wondering if you should have had your pulley offset 1/4"-1/2 smaller and used the spacers in the pic I posted.

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Im starting to wonder the same thing. Although, that would have taken too much off of the pulley spline.
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I have to head out for about 20 minutes. When I get back, I'll post a picture.
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Here you go (127 Ultima): Note ghetto engine stand.





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That's plenty of spline for a smaller offset insert.
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That's plenty of spline for a smaller offset insert.
It was cheaper to cut mine down.
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Frank, does this look like your stator and rotor setup? Is yours that thick?
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Your rotor looks different then mine in that mine was flat across the entire back side. Yours appears to have a spacer kinda built in.
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Your rotor looks different then mine in that mine was flat across the entire back side. Yours appears to have a spacer kinda built in.
That's what I thought. The rotor on my Revtech 100 was flat too.
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Ok, I'm going on a pic here, but it does appear that the rotors I have used were thinner.

Hang on. I have to have a rotor somewhere.
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