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Old 05-28-2009, 12:01 PM   #2236
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it out its finally out here is the link:
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Old 05-28-2009, 01:07 PM   #2237
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The new RBM3 motor sounds great. plus I have been very happy with my MM RBR3. But is the RBM3 the hottest motor? Is it better than, for example, the MM Novarossi 353 2009, and the M353R modified?

Is there a new MM Novarossi .12 motor coming out soon?

I want the best one, which do I get?

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+1 - Would like an answer to this. I will purchase an engine, header & pipe within the next 2 - 3 weeks. Also how does it compare in fuel efficiency vs the 353R?
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Old 06-01-2009, 05:15 AM   #2238
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it out its finally out here is the link:
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+1 - Would like an answer to this. I will purchase an engine, header & pipe within the next 2 - 3 weeks. Also how does it compare in fuel efficiency vs the 353R?
+3 hey grinder got any feed back for us
as the RBM3 come out the day before my birthday
so i need one for a birthday present lolyes need
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Just email Uriah and he will get back with you. Include what fuel you will be running and the conditions outside you most commonly run (Temp wise) in. He has tested all pipe combinations with motors on the dyno and has data for best combinations for conditions and fuel.

Like other replies, all of Uriah's motors are fast. I like Plus 12 for great durability and fast. JL Red Dots are fast. 353 is solid. Matrix is fast.
Again, just pick your choice and follow his recommendations and you will be gone!!!LOL

As most who run his motors would say, "Race one or Chase one!"
I tried that Thursday of last week and still no reply
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I have been calling since May 26th! Nothing yet!
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Old 06-04-2009, 05:10 PM   #2241
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Lowboost,

I run the 353R at Gulf Coast Raceway and the motor has insane power. The motor easily makes 5 minutes at GCR. On larger, more open tracks it is a challenge to make time, but it can be done if tuned properly. I have yet to run out of fuel on any qualifier..........I only run out of fuel when my pit crew don't pay close attention to the time

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Old 06-04-2009, 05:24 PM   #2242
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+1 - Would like an answer to this. I will purchase an engine, header & pipe within the next 2 - 3 weeks. Also how does it compare in fuel efficiency vs the 353R?
The RBM3 is the fastest, most fuel efficient engine we have tested. The engine is also very durable. There are two prototypes here at the Capitol Classic. We are both able to run with the fast 8th scales, and run down the average ones in our sedans.
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I tried that Thursday of last week and still no reply
What can I do for you?
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Old 06-05-2009, 12:40 AM   #2246
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Hi guys,

got one question out of curiosity. What will a modified engine do for an average 8th scale driver like me (don't crash often, but struggeling a bit to keep up with the top dogs)? Could I expect an improvement in lap times (vs. the same engine in stock condition)? How many tenths on an average track? Or is it a waste of money?
Any thoughts on this would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks a lot and best regards,

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When will the modified RBM3 be available?
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The RBM3 is the fastest, most fuel efficient engine we have tested. The engine is also very durable. There are two prototypes here at the Capitol Classic. We are both able to run with the fast 8th scales, and run down the average ones in our sedans.
you beauty thanks uriah ill take 2
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I would like to says thank to Murnan Mods for providing me the power plant for the Capital Classic. The Murnan Mod RB powerd my sedan to qualify with 15 laps which was only done by 12 racers out of 86. It will definitly be my motor of choice for the sedan nationals in Sept.
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I would like to thank Uriah for the power at the Capital Classic this past week. My Novarossi Plus 12-3SCT was ballistic and runtime was great!

Also thanks to ATL crew (D-man, Marcos, James, T-Roy, Uriah, Bobby) and Chay Blount for their time and knowledge. It is always great to travel with great group of racers.

The new RB prototypes that Uriah and Blount ran were unbelieveable!!! This will be my motor of choice for nationals.

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