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Old 03-19-2008, 10:45 PM   #16
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i will have to give peter a call as i really want to find good ceramic rear bearing for my plus engines
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Old 03-27-2008, 06:50 AM   #18
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i wonder what the problem is then ?? i am very practiced and knowledgeable when it comes to nitro engines and the only thing i could figure out was that the outer dia. was a lil too big . didn't measure , will soon
Just to update this thread, I replaced the bearings in my 21-5 yesterday using an OFNA bearing puller and an oven preheated to 350 degrees. The front bearing came right out using the bearing puller while the rear fell out after being in the oven for 20 minutes. The new bearings when in without incident. So for those of you running plus size bearings the TKO are a great upgrade for your mill.

Thanks to everyone who chimed in on this point. Thanks to Peter Martin from TKO for his input.
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Old 03-27-2008, 07:31 PM   #19
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Hi Peter,

May i know do you carry ceramic bearing for RBC6 t7. by the way are you a rc car players too? cheersss





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We tested the bearings in customer and engine builder engines before release
so we are concerned about your results.

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Old 03-28-2008, 12:31 AM   #20
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bearings went in great in my 21-5k , it might be the tolerance of the nova blocks in the plus2 367 blocks . so far so good.
thanks peter ,
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novaa...part # CB-MR25814

Monty...did you get the package this week? Let me know how they work. Call after you run it.
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novaa...part # CB-MR25814

Monty...did you get the package this week? Let me know how they work. Call after you run it.
thanks Peter. i found what i want there. on the other hand there isn't ceramic bearing for the front bearing for rb c6 t7??
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Peter do you guys cary the correct bearings for the Picco p7r Evo 2?
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front ceramic is CB-607C2RS for C6 and all .21s and .28s

Picco uses front like above and CB-MR25414 rear
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front ceramic is CB-607C2RS for C6 and all .21s and .28s

Picco uses front like above and CB-MR25414 rear
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front ceramic is CB-607C2RS for C6 and all .21s and .28s

Picco uses front like above and CB-MR25414 rear
Thank you! May I contact you with the number listed above? I will be ordering the this week!!!!
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im replacing the rear bearing in my v spec with a tko ceramic that i ordered yesterday. I heated the oven to 450, let the motor stand for about 7-10 minutes and then took the case out with a glove, lightly tapped the case against the table untill the rear bearing fell out.

I do have a question though, since the front bearing is like new i decided not to replace it, is it safe to re-use a bearing after the block has been heated with the bearing in the oven in order to remove the other? or does the oil from the fuel re-lube the bearing once ran again and all should be good?
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Old 04-01-2008, 07:10 PM   #28
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reusing that front bearing after being superheated is not advised , you should get a new one .


peter; i will try it thanks man , monty
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