A member has reported a problem with the freewheel unit in his 95 V4. After having the clutch replaced at 75,000 miles, the freewheel became erratic and was not clearing properly. After a few weeks it shattered. Upon inspection the nylon control sleeve inside had started to melt, the bronze fork was replaced and the gearbox rebuilt and a freewheel unit off another car fitted. One year and 3,500 miles later, the freewheel gave up again.
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The performance of your “stroker” is very dependent on the type and condition of the exhaust. As MLT relies on a Sport exhaust that was second hand many years ago I have been looking into what available replacements there are. Having run with a Sport system for years now, I would be loathe to return to the standard set up but, obviously, some owners are happy with it so I looked at the availability of the standard set up first.