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Old 09-18-2010, 10:23 AM   #1
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well i have a novarossi n21r sleave brand new and was thinking of puting it in a alpha f850 case cause my nova case cracked and i have the alpha case just sitting around, will there be downsides 2 puting a 3 port sleave into a case that had a 5 port or will it be fine just looking for some feedback
people will look at me wierd when i say i run a alpharossi if it works kinda a funny how the to words blend so well
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well i have a novarossi n21r sleave brand new and was thinking of puting it in a alpha f850 case cause my nova case cracked and i have the alpha case just sitting around, will there be downsides 2 puting a 3 port sleave into a case that had a 5 port or will it be fine just looking for some feedback
people will look at me wierd when i say i run a alpharossi if it works kinda a funny how the to words blend so well
I dont have experience with the alpha motor but I can say I put a old sportwerks v2 guts into a N21R case and the motor ripped. I had to mix and match parts to get it all to fit but it's been going strong for over a gallon of 30% through it.. Good luck with your frankenstein motor.
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It fits. You only have to fill up some space under the edge of the sleeve or else it will be to low but you will see that.
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It fits. You only have to fill up some space under the edge of the sleeve or else it will be to low but you will see that.
what wouls be good to use to shim it up
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I think about 1mm, If you know someone with a milling machine he can make a ring for you.
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