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Old 01-03-2009, 04:21 PM   #31
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personally i prefer just opening the intake windows inlet rather than increasing full duration . the plus 4 cranks are opened up just like the jp cranks but not coated .
oh really how does that affect run time on the plus 4
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Old 01-03-2009, 09:00 PM   #32
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oh really how does that affect run time on the plus 4
not sure , the outdoor racing is pretty much dead in the winter in the northwest yes it really does make me cry sometimes i have dreams of running my 1/8th scales i really do miss the opportunities i have in the summer season around here for testing and tuning
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Old 01-04-2009, 12:42 AM   #33
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not sure , the outdoor racing is pretty much dead in the winter in the northwest yes it really does make me cry sometimes i have dreams of running my 1/8th scales i really do miss the opportunities i have in the summer season around here for testing and tuning
lucky im in australia lol racing all year round
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Old 01-11-2009, 12:59 AM   #34
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hello guys,

just a small question, a friend of mine is running the 367 on his 777WC and we would like to know what head shimming you guys use for 30% fuel? and if its possible to change it to turbo style plug rather than the standerd...also whats the best pipe for small tracks?

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Old 01-12-2009, 02:30 AM   #35
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hello guys,

just a small question, a friend of mine is running the 367 on his 777WC and we would like to know what head shimming you guys use for 30% fuel? and if its possible to change it to turbo style plug rather than the standerd...also whats the best pipe for small tracks?

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hey dude not shore about fuel but for the button its the same 359 so ive heard
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Old 01-12-2009, 02:04 PM   #36
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lucky im in australia lol racing all year round
yeah except if you live in queensland, its been raining almost every weekend. but i think the storm season is supposed to be ending soon. better down south i think, its getting to 40 in some areas.

nover367, i got a 359 turbo button to go in my 367, it is a really tight fit though, so i might have to either machine a tiny amount off or heat up the sleeve when i put it back together.

otherwise, any one else got any better ideas?
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yeah except if you live in queensland, its been raining almost every weekend. but i think the storm season is supposed to be ending soon. better down south i think, its getting to 40 in some areas.

nover367, i got a 359 turbo button to go in my 367, it is a really tight fit though, so i might have to either machine a tiny amount off or heat up the sleeve when i put it back together.

otherwise, any one else got any better ideas?
It shouldn't be any tighter. I have the same 359 turbo button and it fits the same as the standard button. Check it for nicks.
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should be 28011 for turbo underhead , use odonnell 97t
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Old 01-13-2009, 05:04 PM   #39
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the number on the one i got is 28022.
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the number on the one i got is 28022.
Thats the 359 turbo button with groove for the o-ring thats exactly like the 367, Plus 2 series.
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The 28011 is the Plus series turbo button with no groove for the o-ring (Plus 21-5 & Plus 21-7, etc.,)
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oring doesnt matter to me and i already have the other ones
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so it will still be ok to use , or should i specifically get the 28011?. from what your saying it sounds like there is no real difference between the 28011 and 28022.
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Just picked one up and I just wanna know what clutch springs I should use. It's going into an Xray 808. I heard that it has a soft bottom so I swapped the 6.5mm restrictor for a 7mm and I'm pairing it with a 9853 pipe and short round header.
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Just picked one up and I just wanna know what clutch springs I should use. It's going into an Xray 808. I heard that it has a soft bottom so I swapped the 6.5mm restrictor for a 7mm and I'm pairing it with a 9853 pipe and short round header.
hmmm nice but member longer the header and pipe combo the more bottom end to a point
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i run my 367 with a 7.5 mm restrictor and an ae 2035 pipe
the engine is brilliant with this pipe - very smooth power & great top end.
i get over 10 mins on a tank with this pipe.
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