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Old 10-10-2003, 12:08 PM   #151
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Great stuff always brings good news....

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Old 10-20-2003, 05:20 PM   #152
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MURNAN MODIFIED SIRIO TQ'S AND WINS 200 mm SEDAN AT PARIS MEMORIAL RACE IN LAS VEGAS!!!!!!

THANKS URIAH!!!!

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Old 10-20-2003, 06:03 PM   #153
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Holy Cow!

Congratulations Bubba.

I guess he won't be humble no more now!!!
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Old 10-21-2003, 08:50 AM   #154
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Congratulations. Way to go Barry.
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Old 10-21-2003, 12:31 PM   #155
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MURNAN MODIFIED SIRIO TQ'S AND WINS 200 mm SEDAN AT PARIS MEMORIAL RACE IN LAS VEGAS!!!!!!

THANKS URIAH!!!!

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Old 10-27-2003, 05:12 AM   #156
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Just got my Murnan modified RB C 12, complete with power sucking pullstart. What can I say other than Damn its quick!!!
& it seems to be just as reliable & easy to tune as a stock C12.
All the guys running their Novas & X12s are gunna cry when they get their A$$es spanked by a pullstart. . I cant wait to get my real engine done now for the non club races.
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Old 11-02-2003, 06:40 PM   #157
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Grinder, I'm not a "pro" nitro racer, but I can appreciate quality workmanship. Looks to me like your work is top notch. My delima is that I'm getting into 1/10th onroad(into 1/8th buggy now) this coming spring, and am trying to figure out which motor to get.

I'm a big Nova fan so am leaning towards either one of your modded NS12S3's or the stock NSR12S5. There's no Roar racing where I live at the moment so it doesn't matter much if its Roar legal. Maybe in the future though. What would you suggest?
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Old 11-02-2003, 08:16 PM   #158
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Colorado ... Novarossi's are nice engines, I love mine, they are not that hard to tune at all. I would say buy the S5 if you do not care to race!
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Old 11-02-2003, 09:53 PM   #159
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I like quality stuff, and every Nova based engine I've owned has surpassed my expectations. Its just that I've never had a .12 . I've had a few Nova .21 buggy engines, and a Nova Mega .15 a couple of yrs ago in a Serpent Impact. These small blocks have made incredible strides in just the last couple of yrs. Unfortunately they don't give em away so hopefully I can get the right one the first time.
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You can't go wrong with the NSR 5 port, or the NS12 5 port. If you don't care about rules then these are the engines I would choose from. The Sirio 5 port is not bad either, especially for the money.
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wazzzzaaap....Grinder
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Hey guys, i have already posted this in f/s/trade but i need to sell fast. Its a brand new never run or turned over Ofna Hyper 7 8pt. The LHS sells for 189.99. Yours for 125 shipped. Please pm me or e-mail me ASAP Thanks. Its the non pull/purple head/sport version
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Hey guys, i have already posted this in f/s/trade but i need to sell fast. Its a brand new never run or turned over Ofna Hyper 7 8pt. The LHS sells for 189.99. Yours for 125 shipped. Please pm me or e-mail me ASAP Thanks. Its the non pull/purple head/sport version
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Old 11-07-2003, 08:45 AM   #164
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Just found out that Turbo plugs are going to be allowed for all nitro classes in 2004. I think for .12 touring, the limit is still 3 ports. The question I have is do you see any advantage running a turbo plug versus a non turbo plug with the type of modding you do on the engines or any engine in general?
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I think turbo plugs are better. They help in performance a little bit, but the main advantage I have found is they last longer under high compression. With a mod motor there is more fuel/air going into the combustion chamber (more compression), so yes a turbo plug is better for a mod motor that a standard plug.
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