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  • Sure they may not need modification. But most of us just want it done!!! Runtimes are better, Idle is better, not that it didnt run or idle good before the mod, but it just feels better!! Its like a millionare who has a 8 bedroom house. He doesnt need it. He wants it!!!
  • Which of half dozen engines will you be running this weekend Judson?

    I will be blazing with my Clockwork Racing modded JL's, buggy and truggy.
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    you like that one paul?
  • Quote: If you are thinking of a certain guy that has an r and a b in his name , trust me there are reasons that he does some of the stuff he does to cranks that may not look like they work but they do certain things to atomize fuel

    His stuff is very crazy but it works , too much power for me , I prefer a uaseable powerband
    No, not talking about Rick. I was referring to angling the bottom side of the bypass port like the other ports. Here's a pic, I cut out most of it so you really can't tell who modded it. This is a bypass port.

    Rex

  • Quote: No, not talking about Rick. I was referring to angling the bottom side of the bypass port like the other ports. Here's a pic, I cut out most of it so you really can't tell who modded it. This is a bypass port.

    Rex

    hmmmm interesting

    reputable modder?
  • Quote: Which of half dozen engines will you be running this weekend Judson?

    I will be blazing with my Clockwork Racing modded JL's, buggy and truggy.
    LOL!!! I will be running my EB Mods JS. I will save my JL for Family hobbies! Oh you have one for truggy too??
  • I should have it tomorrow.
  • Quote: hmmmm interesting

    reputable modder?
    The motor did not have any name on it, a few people told me they were sure who modded it by looking at it. He get's big praises here on Rc Tech, the exhaust bridges were both cracked also.

    Rex
  • Quote: The motor did not have any name on it, a few people told me they were sure who modded it by looking at it. He get's big praises here on Rc Tech, the exhaust bridges were both cracked also.

    Rex
    hahahaha.. nice....
  • Quote: The motor did not have any name on it, a few people told me they were sure who modded it by looking at it. He get's big praises here on Rc Tech, the exhaust bridges were both cracked also.

    Rex
    What is an exhuast bridge? and where is it on the sleeve/block?
  • Quote: What is an exhuast bridge? and where is it on the sleeve/block?
    On a multi-port exhaust, the exhaust bridges separate the ports on the sleeve.
  • Quote: The motor did not have any name on it, a few people told me they were sure who modded it by looking at it. He get's big praises here on Rc Tech, the exhaust bridges were both cracked also.

    Rex
    Nuff said
  • i have had some well alot of a guys work that has the letter r and b in it.. all fast. he did a .12 for me to go in a mugen sedan..it was crazy it almost came off the ground
  • ive never had a modded engine but it sure would be nice to have all of my cranks balanced with weights. They should all come that way in the first place. sorry if thats off topic alittle. The stock engines are so good now that its my only real complaint.
  • WOW Maybe that's why they didnt sign the engine... in case someone that really knows about how these engines work gets a hold of one?

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