Flywheel Mods 01

Here's a modofocation that you don't see every day, John Edwards @ Costa Mesa R&D Automotive Machine is drilling a new bolt pattern for a modern clutch on a 1960 Triumph flywheel for a Morgan. Check it out. (949) 631-6376

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VR6 Flywheel Lightening
Here's a VR-6 flywheel that was brought into Costa Mesa R&D Automotive Machine for some lightening. It wound up having nearly 5 pounds of material removed in the process. (949) 631-6376 Don't forget to 'Click' and SUBSCRIBE.





HYPNOTIC Video of Extreme CNC Machine in Action Manufacturing Complex Part: WFL MillTurn M120
Amazing video featuring the WFL MillTurn Technologies M120, lathe-machining a complete aero-space part as part of a demonstration of capability. WFL Millturn Technologies GmbH&Co.KG is one of the leader in suppyling large field of complete machining. Video credit: MARTECH Machinery & Automation , Post-production by Extreme Machines Magazine Sector of activity: CNC Machine Tools About Extreme Machines Magazine: Extreme Machines Magazine is a website and also a YouTube Channel. From the giant car companies to the small craft company, we want to share the most interesting industrial processes around the world in a fun way. You are a professional or simply a fan, don't forget to subscribe us and visit our website ! Contact us: themachinesmagazine+contact@gmail.com DISCLAIMER: If you have a problem or a suggestion with some of our content, please contact us with the email contact provided in the channel description.





Subaru Flywheel lightening and Balancing
Watch John Edwards @ Costa Mesa R&D Automotive Machine as he lightens and balances a brand new Subaru flywheel on the Sunnen DCB 750 balancer. www.engine-machining.com 949-631-6376





Resurfacing a warped brake rotor with a Bridgeport and rotary table
In this video I show how to setup and machine a warped brake rotor using a rotary table. I show how the surfaces are trued to the wheel mounting surface and made parallel again. UPDATE: I reinstalled the rotors on the car and took it for a test drive, all of the pulsing and vibration was gone. The finished thickness of both rotors ended up being within .002". The right side rotor was less warped than left side, this corresponds with less tie-rod wear, so yes warped brake rotors can cause frontend component wear! The bearing cups on the inner tie-rods are made of plastic, so the vibration of stopping seems to have caused wear or creep in the plastic cups.




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