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About the Rotor not being in the proper position, I got this tip from D-series.org

"If you cannot see the screw, feel for it and find out where it is. Put the car into gear and rock it back and forth. You will notice the rotor start to move. Do this until you see the screw. This is faster than turning the crank."

Anyone try this yet?
 

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No but just wondering if it'll work

Anyhow I did try to move the car but the rotor didn't seem to spin at all, so I broke it off instead.. initially I didn't want to break anything for fear or something going wrong, but it was as ez as pie. ;)
 
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