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    High performance crankshaft double seal rings

    Any one tryed replacing the standard crankshaft sealing rings with double seal rings.

    http://wizardraceshop.com/index.php/...se-seal-rings/

    And if so, what was the experience with this modification?

    / Thomas

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    Quote Originally Posted by A164 View Post
    Any one tryed replacing the standard crankshaft sealing rings with double seal rings.

    http://wizardraceshop.com/index.php/...se-seal-rings/

    And if so, what was the experience with this modification?

    / Thomas
    Yes,I have used the wizard sealing rings ,and I like them better than the single mercury ring.I have used them in 200 EFI,and 300 drag motores with no issues...What are you trying to build?

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    I would think.... it would be a good area to reduce drag....... I lap my rings till they are flat.... thinner than standard worn out rings.....They are at 1/2 speed of crank Rpm.....or standin still?????last time I looked I got spun around and got DiZiZZy.....I would think some nylon ones would be ....Neat....

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    So instead of 1 thick ring you have 2 thin rings ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by laser_ED View Post
    Yes,I have used the wizard sealing rings ,and I like them better than the single mercury ring.I have used them in 200 EFI,and 300 drag motores with no issues...What are you trying to build?
    Hi Laser_ED, I am rebuilding a Merc 260HP with some new pistons, so I thinking since it all are taken apart i would do the crankrings also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eli View Post
    So instead of 1 thick ring you have 2 thin rings ?
    Yes eli, they will then be installed so that the two openings are oppersit, and thereoff in therory, redusing the leak between one crank camber to the other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A164 View Post
    Any one tryed replacing the standard crankshaft sealing rings with double seal rings.

    http://wizardraceshop.com/index.php/...se-seal-rings/

    And if so, what was the experience with this modification?

    / Thomas
    I belive jay smith sells these along with lite weight wrist pins. I bet he would know little but bout em

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