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Old 05-30-2007, 07:39 AM   #31
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HSN Half a turn out from flush
LSN 2 and a half turns in from flush

If you want to make it run turbo plugs you need to just change the head button not the heat sink

You can get them here when they get more in stock
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Ok, so those are the factory settings. So if I go a turn rich on the HSN and 1/2 a turn rich on the LSN, that'd be good for run in?

You beat me to the underhead, I just checked a-main and ta-da! http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...oducts_id/4046

I had a look earlier but couldn't find it.
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it all depends on which run in method you choose theres alot of different ones
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I'm going to go with the heat cycling method, similar to what someone mentioned on the first page of the thread.
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Old 05-30-2007, 09:55 AM   #35
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i heat cycled mine ive got about three gallons through mine the pinch is so tight you cant turn it over with a fly wheel on it... i never have trouble clearing jumps and never get motored down the stright.... i run the 7mm insert and an medium cold plug with 20%byrons.. the pipe i use is a jp3.. nad on good days i can get 7 almost 7and a half minutes... engine is real rich a 220,,, but as soon it hits 230-240its a monster
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This motor is great! I haven't got the 'K' version yet and was wondering if there was a big diffrence.
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Old 05-30-2007, 01:48 PM   #37
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the K uses the P/S from the P5
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That's it? Just those 2 extra port's?..Cool..I have a 7 port p/s that i had for my p-5 wonder if that will work in my plus?
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the 21-5k uses an onroad style 7 port block that has seperate fuel diverters for vertical side ports and uses the standard p5 p/s with the r7 rod and has the drilled lightened head . the engine is a lil more efficient and even smoother than the 21-5 . one of the best engines of all time from nova is a plus 21-7t !!!! badass machine .
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oh and by the way all long stroke nova p/s sets will work in the plus series , 421b, 621b, 821b p/s sets are different though, longer stroke duration, smaller bore, 8 ports !!
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Thank's for your help Houston!
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no prob bro , i know at least one or two things about novarossi engines !!
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dose the p/s from the K fit in a 21-7
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I've put over 3 gallons (12 litres) through mine now and it still goes like a wild animal!
I found i had to run a hotter plug though after about 5-7 litres as it kept flaming out with a colder plug.
I put a C2TC in it and it is back to full noise and no problems.
I'm going to strip it down and check to see if it's ok inside.
I hope so.
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the 21-7 is a standard plus block with a NOVAROSSI 7 PORT SLEEVE , THATS ALL . SO YES it will fit junkie !
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thanks houston

im not going rebuilding it i ended up geting a brand new JP for the same price as a rebuild kit
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