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Old 07-24-2008, 05:33 PM   #1891
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Old 07-24-2008, 06:59 PM   #1893
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how many shims should I use for the murnan modified red dot when using 16% nitro fuel?
yeah there should be some shims i believe you would have to ask uriah
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I am wondering what the difference is between th 35+21 & 359 MMM in regards to performance. I am choosing a engine for the Australian Nationals Which will be run at Brendale (2006 1/10 Worlds) . Its quite small for 1/8 scale compared to some US tracks. Also a pipe to suit the engine.
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how many shims should I use for the murnan modified red dot when using 16% nitro fuel?
The engine comes with .6mm total shims under the head. This is good for 16% nitro. With the .6mm of shims = .35mm of actual head clearance. To use 20% nitro, I would increase the clearance to about .45mm, and for 30% I would increase the head to .55mm. This would equate to approximately .8mm of total shims under the head.
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I am wondering what the difference is between th 35+21 & 359 MMM in regards to performance. I am choosing a engine for the Australian Nationals Which will be run at Brendale (2006 1/10 Worlds) . Its quite small for 1/8 scale compared to some US tracks. Also a pipe to suit the engine.
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Hi. I would choose the MM 35+21 for that. It has more torque than the MM359. The MM Cordoba also has lots of torque, but drinks lots of fuel.

For the pipes I would choose the Novarossi 2015 for a small track. You may want to consider the Sirio 2013 pipe as well. The 2015 will be slightly faster, but drink more fuel than the 2013.
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Old 07-27-2008, 07:39 AM   #1898
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I wonder what your real name is? I think I know, but I would not post in public. Some people tell me you have a drinking problem, I will blame your childish antics on that fact! Those same people say you don't even race RC cars anymore???? Regardless, please stop polluting my thread with your illegible sentences.

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Thanks for a great engine Uriah...the MMRBR3 is broken in and really fast.
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600.00 for engine kick your but whith any stock motor shake those bearings i dont do engine work any more none could afford it cheers dan mchose 239-560 2467 prepaid and yes i hate people that try to make money off this sport! thats pollution .conehead get a job and tell me then
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your wright and i drink to much.never said those engines were no good.i think i would start a new thread got any pots?
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600.00 for engine kick your but whith any stock motor shake those bearings i dont do engine work any more none could afford it cheers dan mchose 239-560 2467 prepaid and yes i hate people that try to make money off this sport! thats pollution .conehead get a job and tell me then
So professionals supplying goods and services to racers should work for free! Do you work for free?
Doing R&D on engine development, and supplying engines that are in demand and used by some of the fastest racers in the world, is a very respectable occupation.
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Special Thanks to Murnan suppyling me with an awesome motor for the GLC insane power & awesome runtime
Congrats to the Team @ the GLC 5 Murnan Mod motors in the A Main 1/8th scale
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Airtrafficcontroler Dude get a life Murnan is 1 of the nicest guys in the race scene always helping out anyone who is in need.
What have you done for this Hobby it seems you used to race & got out.
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Ok,

Still can't decide between these two:

MM Novarossi 353 Full Ceramic

or

MM RB R3 Full Ceramic

Home track is a large flowing 1/8th scale track, so mid and top end is important.

Also, I have read the 2630 pipe is best suited for the 353, but for the R3 there are two RB pipes (2604 and 2611) - which of these RB pipes would suit the R3 better for my track?

Finally, what is the standard plug that comes with the R3, and does it take Novarossi plugs?

Thanks guys!!!
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