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I've rebuilt a number of the MT Rotax engines and never needed the splitter - simply used a mallet on the LH end of the shafts to ease the cases apart without causing any problems. I also didn't put the crankshaft in the freezer and the cases in the oven before putting the engine back together which I've heard is what some people do. The Rotax engine is very strong and does not need to be handled with kid gloves when working on it.
BFH works every time.
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