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    I for one do not know what you are looking for as your question is clearly answered in the last two vids. The middle one for sure.

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    How do you connect to the end of the crankshaft, and take a shaft out the side of the crank case without oil leaking? Are there aftermarket kits for that?

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    Probably custom covers with seals supplied by the turbo company.

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    Yeah, I could hook two engines together through those covers.

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    The stock stator cover is drilled, and a seal put on. Notice the pic I posted.


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    Thanks! I could use one one the right side of one engine, and the other on the left side of the other engine, orient them to face each other, weld or bolt a shaft that connects the ends of the crankshafts, and bolt a tube around the shaft to the bolt holes on each side.any oil that leaks could only go into the tube, and probably back into the engines.Click image for larger version. 

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