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Old 12-10-2008, 02:02 AM   #1
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Default Go Tech Engines Thread - Go the Mighty Go!!

I couldn't find a thread dedicated to the mighty Go-Tech engines so I thought I would start one!!!
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Lets talk about run in, thats what I am doing right now!!! running in da beast!!!!
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There is a Go tech thread. very informative. use search or just check back a few pages at the most. It's generally still on the first though.
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Old 12-10-2008, 02:59 AM   #4
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The thread here is very good.

Also there is:

http://www.ausrc.com/forum/showthread.php?t=13633

Bbut it has much similar content.
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Here you GO: http://www.rctech.net/forum/nitro-of...es-thread.html
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considering this threads which he obviously knew there were others

Go Tech Engines Thread - Go the Mighty Go!!

Which is faster MBX6 or X-Ray 808

and the posts he has made, and his user name, and the date he registered, he just wants to spam.
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considering this threads which he obviously knew there were others

Go Tech Engines Thread - Go the Mighty Go!!

Which is faster MBX6 or X-Ray 808

and the posts he has made, and his user name, and the date he registered, he just wants to spam.
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You people seriously need to chill its just a name and I did search for Go Threads, I am new to this forum thing.

Can I change my name or delete my thread, is there any genuine people in here willing to help.
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You people seriously need to chill its just a name and I did search for Go Threads, I am new to this forum thing.

Can I change my name or delete my thread, is there any genuine people in here willing to help.
what do you need help with?
If you want ppl to take you seriously, you may want to just start a new account and choose a decent screen name. I find it funny, but you may turn off all the good ppl willing to help.
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Thanks Joe, so there is no way to change my username, I will start a new forum dude.

As for help my question in my GO thread was about run in.
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Ok, I've had my fun. If you are seriously looking for valid answers Post #5 is everything you need. It is the original Go engine thread, and it has 168 pages of information specifically for all GO engines. You have to take the time to read about what you want. I read the entire XRAY 808 thread before I bought my XRAY. It took me 2 weeks to read 100+ pages, but it was well worth it. You will find all the things you want to know, and many things you didn't know you needed to know, things like, the GO engines tune differently than any other engine, and that you need to tune the LSN before the HSN. as for break in, you should always follow the manufacturers recommended break in procedure that will come with your engine! If it doesn't come with one, read the thread.
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Jaz is right. Go over to the Go thread and there people that will help you. I used the method posted in there and it did me well.
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the GO engines tune differently than any other engine, and that you need to tune the LSN before the HSN. as for break in, you should always follow the manufacturers recommended break in procedure that will come with your engine! If it doesn't come with one, read the thread.

Hey jaz,

true the go engines do tune differently but only if the carb has the long LSN I beleive all the new Go engines going to the US have the old style short LSN and tune like any other engine.

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My motor was so esay to break in it was so effertless and the motor kiss ass
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Hey jaz,

true the go engines do tune differently but only if the carb has the long LSN I beleive all the new Go engines going to the US have the old style short LSN and tune like any other engine.

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Thanks Bud. I didn't know that. I have never personally run a GO engine, but I do read about how great they are, and I did read, and see some in person at My track. People I know who have em say they tune the bottom first. Nice to know it's not like that anymore, as I've been wanting to try one. Appreciate the heads up.
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