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Question Broken engine piece?

Hello,
long story short, when i crashed not only my stator cover broke but with him a little piece on the engine holding the screw. Is there any possible way to fix it?
There is still a small amount of thread to hold the screw but it looks really bad. Sorry for my bad english, pics should clarify

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Is there any way to fix this or shoud i just cover it up somehow?
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The main question is not how it looks but does that damage
cause any leaks or not ?



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It probably won't leak, but you might check into someone with a tig welder or something building a little material back up on it, then use a dremel or something to shape it back and use some Honda frame touch up paint on it.

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Hmm, i dont think it will leak, but im not sure about welding since the heat could deform it and then i had more problems.
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Hmm, i dont think it will leak, but im not sure about welding since the heat could deform it and then i had more problems.
That's why you need to talk with an expert welder. Tig welding is very low temp. They will know what they are doing. They use the same process to repair bent wheels and other cast aluminum items. Once they build up the material on there it will have to be redrilled and tapped for your bolt. It's really your only option other than just leaving it be.

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JB weld if you want the cheapest option. I would go the weld route but that's just me. T




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Didnt know that, ill try to find someone who can do this but since i live in Croatia its not gonna be easy. I hope i dont have to buy a new engine block if he messes up

Thank you guys

Edit: 1 quick question, how can i clean the engine from inside the best? The stator cover broke and i dont know if (probably) somehing had fallen into the engine (maybe
some little stones or tiny broken pieces of the stator cover)?

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Goes into the oil pan. You can pull your oil pan and make sure nothing is in the bottom of it. T




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I keep seeing these commercial kind of things for something called Alumiloy(guessing its an alloy of aluminium) or something and they show that how it fixes everything. All you need is a heat gun. I have only seen commercials on tv so don't know how it works. Here are a couple o links one is form a bike forum

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They sell that at car shows. Alternative to tig or spot welding door panels etc. Show you can braze a hole in a coke can without blowing through. Might take some practice to do on engine blocks. T




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If that is the only damage, I'd leave it. There are plenty enough bolts around it to keep it from leaking.

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