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I truly hope you JB Welded it before installing ??

Brand new units will fail after a while a well....the acids in the oil weaken the glue, and the magnets will slip....
 

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As long as you dont tear the gsket, you will be ble to re-use it.....especially if you put a gasket paste - usually grey on it... thin smear each side.....
The rotor can be JB Welded in situ, you just need to wash it out.....just keeping the crap out of the sump....or pull it out if you aren't comfy with that...

Question....theoretically, the rotor should have suprseded to the 05 up rotor i thought.... which is lighter and helps the engine spin up quicker.....

Stupidly enough, looking up the part numbers 32102-16G00 (first version) fits all years, but 32102-16G10 (later part number) suits all years too.....

Suzuki do wierd crap hey.....and the lighter version is a lot dearer too.....
 

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The chip shouldn't be an issue, just make sure the north south ples are in right, and the chipped area can be filled over with JB Weld when doing the JB Weld fill between
the magnets, that should eliminate any issue wiith weight loss/balance......
 
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