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Old 07-23-2010, 02:12 PM   #16
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i can pit at 10 with 2013 on b6 in buggy
Fumes or safe ?
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pretty close to empty,aslong as i get brought in close to 10 i am good but i dont have much left over with 2013. I am ordered 2057 to see if i can pick up extra 30-60 seconds to have a nice cushion, i am running it in a d8 which is on the heavy side im sure in a lighter car it would even do better on fuel
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Those pit times 11mins everyone is talking about is on a buggy or a truggy ?

I know the 2013 pipe is a gas guzzler would be possible on a 2057, but seems like everyone says that the B6 on a 2057 pipe would push more then 11 ?

That would be seriously impressive....
My first weekend out w/ the B6 w/ 2057 and extender I got thru a 3 minute warm up and 6 minute qualifier w/o refueling. I wouldn't have made another lap, but this runtime was on a wide open track (Blue Diamond at the Sweeps Challenge) and running rich as I'd just put the first 1/2 gallon thru her. I fully expect mileage to continue to improve as I put a full race tune on her and am not running on a track where you're at WOT for 1/4 of the track!
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Well going through all the threads seems like alot of positive feedback.

How about restrictor what you guys runnin on , and whats are the ones that come with the engine ?
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i am running the stock one which i believe is 7mm
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Old 07-23-2010, 03:47 PM   #21
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My first weekend out w/ the B6 w/ 2057 and extender I got thru a 3 minute warm up and 6 minute qualifier w/o refueling. I wouldn't have made another lap, but this runtime was on a wide open track (Blue Diamond at the Sweeps Challenge) and running rich as I'd just put the first 1/2 gallon thru her. I fully expect mileage to continue to improve as I put a full race tune on her and am not running on a track where you're at WOT for 1/4 of the track!

Yeah most engines real mileage would show at the 2-3 gallon mark, well at least from my experience.

Am just wondering how much mods are in the werks b6 sleeve and crank in comparison to the sirios ?

Looks like a complete revamp.
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Werks B6 with the 2013 is the way I would go. That is what I have been running in my D8 and it is super smooth and very fast. Getting 9-10 minutes of run time easily. This motor really puts the power to the ground nicely. The Werks threads for B6 and B5 are really helpful, Ron is a great guy and will help you out with any question you have.

The restrictor is a 7mm and it also comes with a Werks #5 glow plug which is really nice.



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Thx tkge for the heads up..
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Yeah most engines real mileage would show at the 2-3 gallon mark, well at least from my experience.

Am just wondering how much mods are in the werks b6 sleeve and crank in comparison to the sirios ?

Looks like a complete revamp.
Nothing close to a re-vamp. You will find that not one of our engines are based off of any Sirio engines. You will however if you look closely find that some Sirio engines are based of off our earlier engine designs, so it's actually the opposite of what you think. Prime example would be our B6 Pro which we developed in 05 and released in 06. Slightly different versions of this are still floating around today lol.
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Nothing close to a re-vamp. You will find that not one of our engines are based off of any Sirio engines. You will however if you look closely find that some Sirio engines are based of off our earlier engine designs, so it's actually the opposite of what you think. Prime example would be our B6 Pro which we developed in 05 and released in 06. Slightly different versions of this are still floating around today lol.
I think the bold is a case of Iphone typing...I've had this conversation w/ Ron and I'm pretty sure it's the B7 Pro he's referring to. I'm sure he'll confirm but just in case anyone new is reading this I wanted to write and say check back to make sure. The B6 is an all new engine design that's super smooth, deceptively fast, and gets excellent run time. At the Sweeps Challenge, fast guys were talking about needing a 12min motor to get 10 min on that track and while still in breakin phase, I pulled over 9 min w/ the B6 using the 2057 pipe and the extender.
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Thx for all the info...
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I think the bold is a case of Iphone typing...I've had this conversation w/ Ron and I'm pretty sure it's the B7 Pro he's referring to. I'm sure he'll confirm but just in case anyone new is reading this I wanted to write and say check back to make sure. The B6 is an all new engine design that's super smooth, deceptively fast, and gets excellent run time. At the Sweeps Challenge, fast guys were talking about needing a 12min motor to get 10 min on that track and while still in breakin phase, I pulled over 9 min w/ the B6 using the 2057 pipe and the extender.
Correct I was just pointing out the fact that none of our engines are based on any existing Sirio designs, on the contrary you tend to see some of their engines a year or two later showing similarities to our previous models i.e. the B7-Pro that I mentioned. I'm just trying to stress the point that we do not just take an existing Sirio engine and stick our name on it.
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yep.
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Anyways, B6 with a 2057 is the best option, and it seems like others agree.
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