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Old 06-13-2008, 08:17 AM   #1786
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Hi Guys are you able to mod a picco tune engine?
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I believe that you are after the Murnan Mod Tune JLR!
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Old 06-13-2008, 08:50 AM   #1787
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The Byron Fuel is great, just make sure you have the correct head shimming.
OK, maybe I shouldnt use it because I have no idea what your talking about, what does that mean and is it easy to do
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Old 06-13-2008, 08:54 AM   #1788
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Is that a .12 or a .21? In my experience .21's run fine on 30% with stock head clearence. .12's you may want to add a head shim. It's very easy to do.
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Old 06-13-2008, 09:02 AM   #1789
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Is that a .12 or a .21? In my experience .21's run fine on 30% with stock head clearence. .12's you may want to add a head shim. It's very easy to do.
its a .12, so im gathering that the piston and sleeve needs more clearance with the 30% and you add a shim for more space?
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Old 06-13-2008, 10:24 PM   #1790
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Hi,
Just a quick question Uriah, I purchased your RBR3 MM..Can I run 25% on it?
Also best Plug to run it on ?
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Old 06-14-2008, 12:08 AM   #1791
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Hi,

what is the best pipe for +12-3SCT for long and short track ?

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Old 06-14-2008, 05:32 AM   #1792
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what is the best pipe for +12-3SCT for long and short track ?

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I use the 2630 with short header for long tracks. The 2604 RB with short header also works great on large tracks. I usually just change the header to a long, or medium if the track gets really small. The 2604 gets a little better mileage than the 2630, and still makes great power.
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Old 06-14-2008, 05:35 AM   #1793
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Just a quick question Uriah, I purchased your RBR3 MM..Can I run 25% on it?
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You can run 25%, but you should add .2mm of head shims before you really step on it. The best plug for power is the #5 turbo. We usually can get away with #6 Turbo for racing. It is a good compromise between power, and mileage.
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Old 06-14-2008, 05:41 AM   #1794
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its a .12, so im gathering that the piston and sleeve needs more clearance with the 30% and you add a shim for more space?
Hi. You should add a .1mm shim to run 30% in the Sirio. Just remove the 4 head bolts, then remove the cooling head. The head button should slide right out. Underneath the head button you will find an assortment of shims. That is the point where you add/remove head shims.
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Uriah, do you modify the new orion engines?
Just won a race with your modified old one though.
Soon enough I will test the new Orion engines. Stay tuned. From what I hear they run more like a conventional "engine" meaning they make more low end torque than the past model.
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Yeah, they make definitely more torque than the old ones but I think they have not the same rpm.
Please let me know if you can modify one because I would want to send one to you.
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Hi. You should add a .1mm shim to run 30% in the Sirio. Just remove the 4 head bolts, then remove the cooling head. The head button should slide right out. Underneath the head button you will find an assortment of shims. That is the point where you add/remove head shims.
Thanks grinder, should I add a 1mm shim to whats already their or remove whats their and add the 1mm shim also what glow plug do you recommend for the sirio III sti and should it be warm or hot

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Add a .1mm shim. That's "point" one, not a full 1mm. And yes, add it to the ones there.
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I believe that you are after the Murnan Mod Tune JLR!
I bought the tune version and wonder if its worth getting modded?I also have the evo3 which I want to get modded also?
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Uriah, you have PM. Please help!
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