..to each his own...
Well. . . It IS possible to take the motor apart. You just gotta be less
violent. Instead of dropping it, use a press to push the motor apart. they're
really easy to make. . . As is a jig to re-assemble the motor.
Now, don't get me wrong, I don't even race stock, but I know how it can be done
and have done it (for purposes other than cheeting, of course). I think the
most cheater -unfriendly motor out there is the one Trinity put out a few years
ago as thier solution to the stock motor crisis a few months before ROAR made
the ROAR '91 rule changes. I think its called the Equaliser -- don't quote me
on that, I really can't remember.