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Old 01-25-2011, 07:25 PM   #2776
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Hi Uriah,

I have a T10rc MM engine i purchased just run in from a local racer in Sydney. All i can say is what an engine it has converted me to sticking with the MM product from now on. Awesome job very neat and performs excellent with heaps of power and made run time with ease.

I will be ordering another very soon.

Thinking of trying the Nova Flash what are your thoughts on the differences between the 2.

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Micky, once you go Murnan, you never go back

I just ordered a Murnan Flash, so you can see first hand how good it will be at Moorebank
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Old 01-25-2011, 07:42 PM   #2777
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Micky, once you go Murnan, you never go back

I just ordered a Murnan Flash, so you can see first hand how good it will be at Moorebank
Good luck keeping up with my Murnan T10 and the goat baby , your snake may get lost amongst the grass infield bud

But yes will be interesting as i may order one before the nationals.
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Old 02-05-2011, 09:01 PM   #2778
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Hy Uriah
I have a 2010 Flash from you. .. Just started using it today, bought it a few months ago,
It is shaping to be a GREAT engine ... and .. as people say here... Once you go Murnan .. you donīt go back ;-)
Iīd like to know if you have the 2011 .12 Flash modified already .. or when can we order it ....?
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Uriah thanks again for the help down in Homestead with the motor and clutch I've got the M3 dialed now with the MSR spring, but i'm having a hard time finding them I was only able to get my hands on one! Is the Shepherd Super Hard spring similar? or better? thanks again
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Old 02-07-2011, 04:01 AM   #2780
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Uriah thanks again for the help down in Homestead with the motor and clutch I've got the M3 dialed now with the MSR spring, but i'm having a hard time finding them I was only able to get my hands on one! Is the Shepherd Super Hard spring similar? or better? thanks again
I have the MugMSR in stock.
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You've got an order, thanks
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Old 02-08-2011, 06:20 AM   #2783
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Hy Uriah
I have a 2010 Flash from you. .. Just started using it today, bought it a few months ago,
It is shaping to be a GREAT engine ... and .. as people say here... Once you go Murnan .. you donīt go back ;-)
Iīd like to know if you have the 2011 .12 Flash modified already .. or when can we order it ....?
Thank you
Hi. I do not have the new Flash yet. I hope to start testing with the new engines next week.
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Old 02-08-2011, 08:56 AM   #2784
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Murnan, how well do you think the Murnan modified RB RBM3 will work for drag racing in IMDRA Pro-Stock class. The cars weigh in at a minimum of 36 oz. We can run a .12 or .15 engine and was wondering what you thought about that.
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Murnan, how well do you think the Murnan modified RB RBM3 will work for drag racing in IMDRA Pro-Stock class. The cars weigh in at a minimum of 36 oz. We can run a .12 or .15 engine and was wondering what you thought about that.
I think it would be great. My touring car can go low 2's with it on 16% nitro. You should give one a try. I can make you a special drag race mod on one if your interested.
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Old 02-09-2011, 06:28 PM   #2786
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Just wanted to say thanks.

My Murnan Modified Full Ceramic Flash ran great all week at the winter nats.

It was able to help me push my MRX5 to a 11.9 lap time my first time to Florida's Winter Nats.

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Hey grinder are you useing a 11.5 or 11.9 crank in the 2011 rbm3??? WhAt's the better setup??
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Hey grinder are you useing a 11.5 or 11.9 crank in the 2011 rbm3??? WhAt's the better setup??
I'm using the 11.5mm crankshaft. I feel that with my crank design in the RBM3 with the 11.5mm crank is tough to beat on power, and mileage. I don't have to run the engine as lean as with the 11.9mm to make runtime.
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Old 03-05-2011, 09:58 AM   #2789
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Hi Grinder what is your opinion about the new nova .21 pts especially over the older nova engines?I have noticed that you added in your list of .21 on road's lately...
P.M Thanks for the awesome flash special ceramic you sent to me about 2 months ago...
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I'm using the 11.5mm crankshaft. I feel that with my crank design in the RBM3 with the 11.5mm crank is tough to beat on power, and mileage. I don't have to run the engine as lean as with the 11.9mm to make runtime.
Would this apply to 2010 Flash compared to the 2011 Flash as well. Im thinking to going Murnan due to pear pressure . but not sure what to go for after seeing your comment about the different size cranks.
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