FINALLY Fixing The Mr2 After It Blew Up!

If you want a piece of the Mr2 you better go now! TheBoostedBoiz.com

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23 thoughts on “FINALLY Fixing The Mr2 After It Blew Up!

  1. Just my opinion dont know how big a deal it is as I dont own a jet boat. But I feel the bolt holes in the poly should be countersunk this way your only wearing down the poly, and not both the poly and the bolts, it being this way after a few more logs or jumps I feel it will screw up and wear down the head of the bolts making it difficult to replace the poly when needed no?

  2. i dont understand why you would ever re-use 2/4 pistons from a motor that exploded like that. i get it, they might be fine, but really still? is it worth saving the $500 it would take to put 2 new ones in? *edit nevermind, sounds like you replaced all 4.

  3. The wago in the background looks epic -the wago is so dope in a round world the wago speaks to a German !!
    Plus the way you did the drive shafts is one of the reasons I watch you! That is poor boy engineering at its best! 🙂

  4. Steve Morris had the same problem with his aluminum rods they come apart and tore the motor part aluminum Pistons okay aluminum rods are no good you need to go with stain steel rods aluminum Pistons and y'all won't have this problem anymore

  5. Hell yeah I want those! They will fit perfectly right next to Michael Jordans broken vacuum cleaner and Muhammad Alis broken garage door opener! Score!

  6. For axles on van measure either the inner or outer cv joint and if same size housing and same type roller bearing then you can change the spline inside you should be able find some stock axles that can mix and match from different years to work

  7. You guys know you can weld up a tougher axle if you chisel grind both ends, weld, chisel grind again 90 deg opposed to the first one's and weld again, it avoids the rubbish weld in the core just weld evenly to avoid cranking it, just saying.

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