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Help! Shifted motor!

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I'm very scared this motor is shifted! Please let me know or if it will get worse or if its fine! Any help will be appreciated!

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Also it's no bigger than 1mm

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That's not what shifts, it genrally the pole and or top plate, I think you're fine unless it rubbing them I would say there's damage to the coil/former.


electrical: Optima yellow top X 2 big 3 in monster OFC 1/0g high output alt by maniac electrics

HU: JVC AVX-77 touch screen

Front stage: RE XXX 6.5" comps

front stage amp: Rockford T600.2

subs: 1 Sundown ZV4 12"

sub amp: Rockford T2500.1BDCP

Enclosure: ported (by JayDubb757 )

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The biggest measurement I could get is .400 I used a very nice caliber so I know it's accurate.

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My brand new zv4 magnets are not perfectly stacked either, I think it's fine I would check the measurement around the gap and see if it's consistent.


electrical: Optima yellow top X 2 big 3 in monster OFC 1/0g high output alt by maniac electrics

HU: JVC AVX-77 touch screen

Front stage: RE XXX 6.5" comps

front stage amp: Rockford T600.2

subs: 1 Sundown ZV4 12"

sub amp: Rockford T2500.1BDCP

Enclosure: ported (by JayDubb757 )

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Yeah it's pretty good it is hard to measure 100% but it's less than 1mm maybe less than .5mm actually

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does it work? and scratching? looks fine to me.


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