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Old 03-20-2007, 10:50 AM   #1231
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He ships every where. He even shipped an engine to me in South Africa
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Old 03-20-2007, 02:46 PM   #1232
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Is Uriah out of town or at a race. I sent a pm week ago and he has not replied. That is not normal. Just wondering.

I will send another one just in case.
Maybe it did not go thru.

Anyone thinking about one of his engines. My X12 was awesome. The most reliable engine I have ever run.

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Old 03-21-2007, 02:25 PM   #1233
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Got the ninja today , will break it in tomorrow and run it on sunday. Just one question, do you know what the head clearance is on it without any shims? I tried to measure using my caliper but the piston and sleeve was really tight so I dont think I got an accurate measurement, Im guessing somewhere around 0.25 mm.
Hi. The stock Head Clearance on the Ninja .12 is .27mm, or .0105". This is OK for 16% nitro, but to run 30 you will need to add at least one .1mm shim.
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Old 03-21-2007, 02:26 PM   #1234
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Does he ship to Germany? I'm very interested in a Murnan CRF.
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Old 03-21-2007, 03:22 PM   #1235
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Hi. The stock Head Clearance on the Ninja .12 is .19mm, or .0075". This is OK for 16% nitro, but to run 30 you will need to add at least one .1mm shim.
thanks, thats kind of strange, there is a thread somewhere that says I should use .36 total head clearance for 16% and .56 for 30% is there a reason why the ninja has much less head clearance? how much total head clearance would you recommend for 30%?
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Old 03-22-2007, 06:56 AM   #1236
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thanks, thats kind of strange, there is a thread somewhere that says I should use .36 total head clearance for 16% and .56 for 30% is there a reason why the ninja has much less head clearance? how much total head clearance would you recommend for 30%?
I am using on my Novarossi LS3 which has a flat top piston .39mm actual head clearance (not solder method) using 30%. I found that the solder method gives me a larger reading that a true digital measurement. I used this HC at Winternats with no problems. Sometimes I will have to go to .5mmHC in a .12 using 30%, but that is rare. The Stock Novarossi LS3 HC is .29mm. This is perfect for 16%. Even 20%. To go to 30% you need to have the head around .4mm to be safe. This is with a non hemispherical piston.
On the Ninja stock HC is .27mm. Very similar to the Novarossi. I would treat shimming the Novarossi, and the Ninja the same. Basically add at least one .1mm shim to run 30%.
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Ah, could someone please explain what we're looking at here and how it came to be.
Hehe. Not exactly sure, but it looks as if someone removed the cylinder with a screwdriver, or a 2.5mm wrench.
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This is an expensive lesson.................and I wasn't the one that did it. I'm not sure who did it. Next time, I will just wait and have Grinder do the work.
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How much will it cost with toll and shipping?
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Old 03-23-2007, 06:11 AM   #1245
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How much will it cost with toll and shipping?
Shipping is $35.
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