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Old 12-27-2007, 05:00 PM   #16
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Funny, I was thinking about that, except I have the Plus 2 367, not the Plus 21-5 or 21-7, unless it would work with all internals installed in the case from the S421B.
the 421b p/s set will work in the plus 2 367 block BUT i dont know how adverse it will affect the port intakes since there is no fuel seperator/diverter in the block of the 367 . i think it might flood out and not atomize the fuel as well myself
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Old 12-27-2007, 06:48 PM   #17
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the 421b p/s set will work in the plus 2 367 block BUT i dont know how adverse it will affect the port intakes since there is no fuel seperator/diverter in the block of the 367 . i think it might flood out and not atomize the fuel as well myself
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Well, I'll take a look at next week. I got a S421 coming in and I'll look at both cases and see what differences there are. I did notice that the 367 pressurizes the lower crank case somewhat and pumps into the sleeve when the piston drops below the ports. It has plenty of compression and suction when turning the engine over.
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Does anyone know where I can find a Novarossi crank part # 15612? It is for a TN .12 and Jim at Fusion motor sports says they are no longer available.

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