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Old 02-21-2012, 04:04 PM   #3091
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i just finished breaking in the M21 on monday...all i have to say is wwwooowww..this engine has sooo much torque..i swear that the front lifted off the ground ... im very happy with this engine and will in the future buy another one..thanks U.Murnan
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I dont know I drop one of the 0.1mm head shim or not, I just found there only 2 silver shim (0.3mm) on the turbo head, suppose 0.3+0.3+0.1 for Nova engine, not sure the MMM 35 plus have the same head shim or 0.1mm reduce? any idea? thanks!
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I dont know I drop one of the 0.1mm head shim or not, I just found there only 2 silver shim (0.3mm) on the turbo head, suppose 0.3+0.3+0.1 for Nova engine, not sure the MMM 35 plus have the same head shim or 0.1mm reduce? any idea? thanks!
Do not go lower than .70mm of shims. There should be .70mm of shims on one of my modified engines. Sometimes we run .80mm of shims.
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Do not go lower than .70mm of shims. There should be .70mm of shims on one of my modified engines. Sometimes we run .80mm of shims.
Oic, thx! Thats may be running hot even lot of smoke.
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Oic, thx! Thats may be running hot even lot of smoke.
Get the tune done today, finally the engine run around 130C. Is it nomal?
I've found using Odonell 99T plug can't reach higher rpm then Nova C7 plug, any recommendation?
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Get the tune done today, finally the engine run around 130C. Is it nomal?
I've found using Odonell 99T plug can't reach higher rpm then Nova C7 plug, any recommendation?
That is normal temperature. Sometimes hotter, up to 140 is ok. I recommend to use the Novarossi C8TGH glowplug. In summer conditions the engine will run best with this plug around these temperatures.

It is important to look at the glowplug directly after the run. The plug should not be completely dry looking. It should not be shiny, but a satin look is best.

Make sure that you see some smoke coming from the exhaust, then you are usually safe.

I will try the new Novarossi C9TGH soon. This should be good for extreme summer heat. I'll let you know what I think.
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What is the best engine for 1/10 touring car? Novarossi, OS Speed? Looking to get something murnan modified
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What is the best engine for 1/10 touring car? Novarossi, OS Speed? Looking to get something murnan modified
For a medium to large flowing track the RBM3 with RB2668 pipe.
For a small to medium track go for the MM Novarossi flash .12pt/keep on.
My modified Picco Torque .12 is very strong. It feels like a cross between the RBM3, and the Flash/keep on .12.
My modified os speed is awesome too. I just don't have a good source for them. A lot of people send me speeds to mod.
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For a medium to large flowing track the RBM3 with RB2668 pipe.
For a small to medium track go for the MM Novarossi flash .12pt/keep on.
My modified Picco Torque .12 is very strong. It feels like a cross between the RBM3, and the Flash/keep on .12.
My modified os speed is awesome too. I just don't have a good source for them. A lot of people send me speeds to mod.
Thanks Grinder, I will more than likely go with a Novarossi mill.
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Well guys after running Murnan's modded Kangaroo in my GT I have to say that the motor is a beast with awesome power and great run time for such a heavy car. I could hang with anyone in the curves and was totally ballistic on the straights. My friend also has a Murnan Kangaroo and he was equally fast so the knowledge and consistency is there between motor to motor is another plus. This because anyone can do one fast motor but to do it consistently is another thing. Thanks Murnan!
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Got a chance to try the new MURNAN PICCO TORQUE .12 today and it had waaaaaayyyyyyyyyy more bottom and more mid range than I ever felt. Even got a chance to see him break in some of the 21 that were crazy fast. Good work MURNAN and way to keep coming up with crazy horsepower.
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Got a chance to try the new MURNAN PICCO TORQUE .12 today and it had waaaaaayyyyyyyyyy more bottom and more mid range than I ever felt. Even got a chance to see him break in some of the 21 that were crazy fast. Good work MURNAN and way to keep coming up with crazy horsepower.
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