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Old 04-07-2009, 01:57 PM   #61
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do not use OS style plugs
You just eliminated half the people in the thread
I see way to many people dropping OS plugs in Novas.
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You just eliminated half the people in the thread
I see way to many people dropping OS plugs in Novas.
screws up the turbo buttons and loses the seal
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i know this is the new engine from them and i am sure it will be bad... Just curious how the Nero runs compared to the FMS. thanks
the toro has a smooth transion from bottom to top .
the fms will have more bottom end power and aggresive mid
tons of top end power.the toro comes with steel berrings
the fms has ceramics in the rear

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the toro has a smooth transion from bottom to top .
the fms will have more bottom end power and aggresive mid
tons of top end power.the toro comes with steel berrings
the fms has ceramics in the rear

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you heard it from the horse i mean the horses mouth

chris knows his stuff , fms is a great engine for the money
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that why i got two fms's
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Got my Toro Nero 21T and my new Hudy Break In Bench today. Hopefully I can run some fuel through her tomorrow. I'm pretty excited to see how this mill performs.
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Got my Toro Nero 21T and my new Hudy Break In Bench today. Hopefully I can run some fuel through her tomorrow. I'm pretty excited to see how this mill performs.

your going to love it, the motor has tons of power and breakin is so simple, have fun with it.
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This will be my first Novarossi. I've been running Sirio's & Picco's for a while now. The quality was definitely noticeable as soon as I pulled it out of the box.
Right now I have four pipes, the Dynamite 086, GRP 2053, JP-3 and JP-4. Of these which do you think will perform the best on this particular engine?
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This will be my first Novarossi. I've been running Sirio's & Picco's for a while now. The quality was definitely noticeable as soon as I pulled it out of the box.
Right now I have four pipes, the Dynamite 086, GRP 2053, JP-3 and JP-4. Of these which do you think will perform the best on this particular engine?
how big is your track, if it's on ther smaller side like our's i would run the Jp3, this will get the bottom end up, and if your lacking grip, JP4, havn't ran the GRP on the Toro.
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oh, and with your brekin bench, this will sound funny, but remove the gaurd and it will make it more quite, and if you spool the engine up any just be sure to be aware of the shroud not being there, what onraod header did you get for the bench. we have a 3 bench setup, with exaust routing out of the shop, this will help if you need to do it in a enclosed area, the neighbors will be much happier
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another tip, when you feel like you have a good tune on the bench, i like to back off the HSN and LSN 1 to 2 hour's this will compensate the leanness from the bench to the offroad pipe set.
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I would consider our track a mid sized track. Traction can sometimes be an issue between watering like most tracks. Does the low end hit pretty hard using the JP-3 or is it pretty controllable?
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what onraod header did you get for the bench.
I got this on road manifold from A-main to use with my 2053 on the bench.

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...ducts_id/13559
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I would consider our track a mid sized track. Traction can sometimes be an issue between watering like most tracks. Does the low end hit pretty hard using the JP-3 or is it pretty controllable?
the stock Toro isn't a lightswitch on bottom, I always felt like it had a spool up of the plus 4 but a little stronger, and mid and top it starts getting hairy, i guess i would say the JP4 may be the best bet, that way you have a consistant feel low or high grip.
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another tip, when you feel like you have a good tune on the bench, i like to back off the HSN and LSN 1 to 2 hour's this will compensate the leanness from the bench to the offroad pipe set.
Thanks for the tips Brian, I definitely appreciate it!
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