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zanetti
post 3rd September 2020 11:35
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Hi everyone,

I'm having my crank ground due to some normal wear which polishing wouldn't fix, I'm considering adjusting the throw slightly, does anyone have any experience with our cranks and throw adjustment?

This particular crank is for a '99 CF2 2.0

Thanks!
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dante giacosa
post 7th September 2020 20:46
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hmm,

the answer to that appears to be a big 'no', Zanetti!

Can you expand on what you mean by adjusting the throw? Are you talking about changing the piston-stroke length???
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