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Old 09-24-2011, 11:44 PM   #2971
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On order, thanks.
you might want to consider using the conical header instead of the standard header. From what i have read on this thread the RBM3 has very good run time which means you can run the conical which gives more power and bottom end response without having to worry about the small amount of run time that is lost from using the conical header.
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Congratulations to Jeff Zuccarell for winning the Midwest Series Race in Cincinnati Ohio. Jeff was ballistic with his Murnan Modified Picco Torque .21 in his RX8 XRAY chassis. I had a great time swapping back, and forth with you during the main. Until I demolished my car at the entrance to the straight. Looking good Jeff!
Heading to Cinci this weekend.

Thanks for all the info this year, My cars always been fast with your motors, so i can just worry about driving.

Murnan, Picco Torque also powered me to 5th at the Nats In 1/8th open.
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Heading to Cinci this weekend.

Thanks for all the info this year, My cars always been fast with your motors, so i can just worry about driving.

Murnan, Picco Torque also powered me to 5th at the Nats In 1/8th open.
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Old 10-06-2011, 04:58 AM   #2974
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Heading to Cinci this weekend.

Thanks for all the info this year, My cars always been fast with your motors, so i can just worry about driving.

Murnan, Picco Torque also powered me to 5th at the Nats In 1/8th open.
Great job. It was fun to watch you go so well with my engines this year. Good luck in cicni this weekend.
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I will let you know when I test the pipe this weekend. I know my drivers that attended the Euro's a couple of weeks ago told me that the 2668 was the pipe to have. Most of the RB engines were running it. I was told it made gobs of power, and decent runtime.


Uriah,

Forgot to get this info from you. I'm running a T10RC and or an 09 RBM3. What pipe is good and can I get one asap from you if you like the RB2668. I have a 2652 and a 2660 with medium conical header......Let me know your thoughts. Thanks.


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Old 10-13-2011, 04:05 PM   #2976
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Uriah,

Forgot to get this info from you. I'm running a T10RC and or an 09 RBM3. What pipe is good and can I get one asap from you if you like the RB2668. I have a 2652 and a 2660 with medium conical header......Let me know your thoughts. Thanks.


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I like the 2668 pipe the best. I will have more in stock late next week.
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We have all of our Novarossi Engines on sale. This goes for stock, and Murnan Modified. This is for a limited time only.

Check it out. The prices are pretty crazy.

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Old 10-16-2011, 06:07 PM   #2978
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Uriah, thank you thank you and thank you!!!!
Sorry for being so slow in getting my injured motor to you, but you really hooked me up with the very quick turn-around. Not only did you get it back fast , it ran great. Maybe 1 day I will learn how to use all of that HP.
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Old 10-18-2011, 07:13 AM   #2979
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I will receive the Murnan 35 Plus soon. I go thru the web site for break-in procedure, the temp should be around 80-90C for around 2L of fuel.
So, Is it necessary to use break-in fuel (e.g 5%) to break-in the 35 Plus? Or just use 25% from start?
Any special requirement to break-in this 35 plus?
Same as other Novarossi to use C6 plug for break-in and use C7 for run?
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Old 10-21-2011, 10:10 AM   #2980
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I will receive the Murnan 35 Plus soon. I go thru the web site for break-in procedure, the temp should be around 80-90C for around 2L of fuel.
So, Is it necessary to use break-in fuel (e.g 5%) to break-in the 35 Plus? Or just use 25% from start?
Any special requirement to break-in this 35 plus?
Same as other Novarossi to use C6 plug for break-in and use C7 for run?
I would just stick with the C7 plug that comes in the engine for break in. You can use a 6, but it is not mandatory. The 35+21 takes a while to fully break in. Follow my instructions, and you should be fine.

It is OK to break the engine in on 25% nitro, just keep the engine rich in the beginning of course. To break in the engine on the break in stand, I use 10% nitro, and 16% oil. Then on the track I use regular 25% nitro, with 9% oil fuel that I will race with. The extra oil used on the bench makes the engine run hot, and flame out if you use it on the track.


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Old 10-21-2011, 10:21 AM   #2981
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I would just stick with the C7 plug that comes in the engine for break in. You can use a 6, but it is not mandatory. The 35+21 takes a while to fully break in. Follow my instructions, and you should be fine.

It is OK to break the engine in on 25% nitro, just keep the engine rich in the beginning of course. To break in the engine on the break in stand, I use 10% nitro, and 16% oil. Then on the track I use regular 25% nitro, with 9% oil fuel that I will race with. The extra oil used on the bench makes the engine run hot, and flame out if you use it on the track.


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The C7 comes with engine? I think its C6 =P
By the way, just broke-in beautifully, thanks!
The temperature is not too high and stable around mid 80C to low 90C, very powerful engine I've ever tried!!!
Can I still use the C7 after break-in?
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Old 10-22-2011, 08:18 AM   #2982
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Hi Grinder,

I would like to know the run time of your 35 plus?
I got 4 minutes run time only, should be more?
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Hi Grinder,

I would like to know the run time of your 35 plus?
I got 4 minutes run time only, should be more?
It can be difficult to make 5 minutes with that engine. It can be done. Try using the Novarossi C8TGH glowplug, with the Novarossi 2015 pipe, and medium non conical manifold.
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Default RB 2668 Pipes are back in stock

We received a small shipment of the RB 2668 Pipe sets with header. We also received some headers for that style pipe. Don't delay, they will probably be gone by the end of the week. They work perfect with the RBM3. It's insane how much more power the engine makes with this pipe, and the runtime is still there.
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It can be difficult to make 5 minutes with that engine. It can be done. Try using the Novarossi C8TGH glowplug, with the Novarossi 2015 pipe, and medium non conical manifold.
Thx! I got 4:21 a tank now, its about run time?
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