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Old 07-28-2010, 10:14 PM   #2641
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I'd like to know if it can keep up with the competition(nova flash :P). I would like to purchase one for FORGASS.
You can definitely keep up.
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Old 07-29-2010, 03:52 AM   #2642
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thanks for the info on tuned,lite tune motors
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Old 07-29-2010, 06:38 AM   #2643
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For a small track the rbm3. For the larger tracks the 353 is very nice. The rbm3 has more out of the corners, where the 353 runs hard on the long straights.
Guess i'm going with the lite mod 353.
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Old 07-29-2010, 06:49 AM   #2644
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Hey Uriah!

I received the after run oil that you had sent me! Great stuff..thx!!

BTW...What would be your race temp recommendation for the Novarossi Flash Special .21?
I've been running at a low 190-200 deg C...strangely very fast anyway...making 5 mins....just wondering whether I should be leaning it out more? Is this typical of this engine? Perhaps I am not using the full potential?

Great engine thus far!
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Hi. The engine usually likes to run around 250f. 190c is too hot. If you meant that you are running at 200f, yes there is more power there.
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Old 07-29-2010, 06:56 AM   #2645
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Hey, how is the lite tuned kangkaroo .21 ?
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Old 08-04-2010, 09:19 AM   #2646
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iv the first novarossi kangaroo engine from the worlds in oz years ago the engine has sat in the work shop for years i just got back into rc and i run 1/10 but have an 1/8 and will run this for the crack, what id like to know is if i sent you my engine could you modify it and just get it near todays standard for me,like replace all the bearings and internals etc pritty much just rebuild it to your spec?

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This trip to the worlds I found the secret behind the power of the murnan motors, Its because they are stored in sub-freezing temperatures in his hotel room and house in Georgia. If you don't believe me just ask Diatta. He is still thawing the icicles off his PJ's Sincerly Peter Breton

PS. Great racing Uriah you were awesome at this race see you soon
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Want to thank Uriah for the AWESOME power that his Murnan M3s gave JJ at the Worlds, we have never been closer to the factory drivers like we are now in terms of engine power. Thanks again Uriah!
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Want to thank Uriah for the AWESOME power that his Murnan M3s gave JJ at the Worlds, we have never been closer to the factory drivers like we are now in terms of engine power. Thanks again Uriah!
From what I saw, the engine liked JJ too Amazing performance and driving maturity, bravo!
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This trip to the worlds I found the secret behind the power of the murnan motors, Its because they are stored in sub-freezing temperatures in his hotel room and house in Georgia. If you don't believe me just ask Diatta. He is still thawing the icicles off his PJ's Sincerly Peter Breton

PS. Great racing Uriah you were awesome at this race see you soon
now seriously !has anyone try cryogenic process in these little engines?
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