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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 01-27-2016, 11:55 AM Thread Starter
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Does anyone know the symptoms of a torque compensator that needs to be replaced. For a 2008 vision. 106
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Does anyone know the symptoms of a torque compensator that needs to be replaced. For a 2008 vision. 106
If it sounds like a bucket of bolts in primary while at idle, and the sound goes away when you pull in clutch..........That is compensator.

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Hey Noe! Good to see you are still around!

Yep. What Noemtz said. The compensator doesn't necessarily need to be replaced though. Could be just a matter of replacing a wave spring.
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Hey Noe! Good to see you are still around!

Yep. What Noemtz said. The compensator doesn't necessarily need to be replaced though. Could be just a matter of replacing a wave spring.
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there is no way to replace the the spring and washer. you have to buy a complete one

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there is no way to replace the the spring and washer. you have to buy a complete one
You sure about that?

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if you had one in your hands you would know they don't come apart

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if you had one in your hands you would know they don't come apart
Torque compensator does come apart. I have actually just upgraded a 2012 version with a 2013-up version. So yes I have had them in MY ACTUAL hands. More concave spring plates and washers in newer version over 2012 and older.

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I see the torque compensator...but I don't see your actual hands.

So...I don't believe you.
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I see the torque compensator...but I don't see your actual hands.

So...I don't believe you.
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