Collection of SHO Repair Information and Photos

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  1. itwonder

    itwonder SHO Member

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    For the newcomers here,
    Over the years, I've built up a good sized collection of SHO Gen 1 and 2 repair information, including things like printouts from the old SHOPhoenix web site, the SHO Engine Book, and much more. I've also collected many photos, some downloaded and lots from my own maintenance work. Always intended for my personal use, it's not all pretty, and you will have to patiently sift through it, but it's there. With many SHO related web sites biting the dust and the contents lost, I only wish I had saved away more. However, I'm glad I can share what I have with the community. Here are the links on dropbox

    SHO Repair Photos: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/moz77s4au3hfx09/AADRW1HkbOsxdK9m7ctCkz05a?dl=0
    SHO Share: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/77a1h1wsvvdmtox/AACBSbusdJqRt-PIONbmMpeTa?dl=0

    Feel free to sticky this
     
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    x2 on sticky'ing this post. Thanks again, itwonder!
     
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    This is really REALLY helpful. I especially like the detailed photos! Thank you!!
     
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    Definitely awesome! Thank you!
     
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    Thank you for sharing. Lots of info.
     
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    hi guy i dont know if any of you have incounter that problem before i change the hole engine and when i try to started the crank sensor caught fire the engine is brand new other than the wire touching is there other thing like pluging plug in the wrong place the engine won't not start it would crank i really didn't expect that to happen
     
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    That's a bit(very) hard to read. You should start a new thread and make it a bit easier to read.
     
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    Installing the crank sensor is known to be tricky. Never heard of it catching fire tho!
     
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    Thanks so much.. does the dropbox link work for anyone else?
     
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    Works for me.
     
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    Me too! Forgot about this sticky.
     

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