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Old 02-05-2008, 06:17 PM   #2551
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Get a Murnan 353... The difference in price is $10... whereas the difference in performance is much more
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Old 02-06-2008, 04:39 AM   #2552
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Can you please indicate if the Novarossi 353 Plus 2 exists in Tuned version (from Novarossi factory) ? If someone has information about it, I am interested. I am planning to get a 353 Plus 2 but I would buy the Tuned version. Where can I have one ? An idea of the price ?
Thanks by advance for your answer !

The difference is not much. In our local track have 2 guys 353 . On of them is the tuned version. He got this engine from Italien. But there is no noticeble difference between this engines. They are both running the same car and pipe!
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Old 02-06-2008, 04:56 AM   #2553
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Hey guys, i need your advice. I am having problem with my engine( Re12S3).
The engine just fail to get started. There is nothing wrong with my glow plug. Upon placing the car on the starter box, i can still hear the usual sound of the engine start-up. Sadly the engine stubbornly refuses to fire up. Any advice will be deeply appreciated. Happy Chinese New Year. Gong Xi Fa Cai
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Hey guys, i need your advice. I am having problem with my engine( Re12S3).
The engine just fail to get started. There is nothing wrong with my glow plug. Upon placing the car on the starter box, i can still hear the usual sound of the engine start-up. Sadly the engine stubbornly refuses to fire up. Any advice will be deeply appreciated. Happy Chinese New Year. Gong Xi Fa Cai
How about changing the plug?
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Old 02-06-2008, 10:50 PM   #2555
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Does anyone know what the differences are between the 12-3C and the 12-3CT?
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Old 02-06-2008, 11:27 PM   #2556
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The "T" models have a larger crank (11,9mm) compared to the 11.5mm crank of the other engines.

Get the one with the T in the name
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Old 02-07-2008, 05:34 AM   #2557
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Does anyone know what the differences are between the 12-3C and the 12-3CT?
coding for the motors are 3=3 port, S=11.9mm crank, C=Ceramic, T=Turbo crank
the 12-3ct has the turbo crank, this is the only difference between the motors. and both have the 11.5mm crank.

i would suggest the 3sct, this is the turbo 11.9mm crank engine. very fast
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Old 02-08-2008, 11:25 AM   #2559
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I have been out of r/c for a couple years now and am just now getting back into it. i bought a xray nt1 and am looking to buy a engine now. i was thinking between the +12 sct and the 353. can anyone who has experience with these engines point me in the right direction?
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Old 02-08-2008, 12:30 PM   #2560
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The + SCT I believe that is better for low speed tracks and the 353 for high speed tracks.
If you get the 353 get the "rev 2", that has a new block to fit the nt1 better.
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When I was considering a 353 I was told the power band is more linear smoother than sct but what bothers me about the 353 is who needs the other bulls#$t motor it comes with. So for the price its a little crazy considering your only gonna get one good motor for 500 bucks
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Some places on the internet are selling the Plus 2 motor separately. I would think hobby shops should be able to order it separately as well.
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nova is releasing a v2 version of the 353, i was told by the lhs that nova is considering to make it avaible without the crappy engine, and maybe with an exhaust and extra conrod and plugs.
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Old 02-09-2008, 04:48 PM   #2564
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To novarossi experts. Ive just purchased 2 engines (353 & 359 ) and 2 paperweight engines. I just need to know if the con-rods for +12-3CT , 3SCT , etc.. Which is #7601 fits the 353 #7602 .. What was the difference? Also the con-rod for 35+ , LC , Etc . will it fit the 359? what was the difference? .. I noticed that the 353 are not ifmar legal so i might need to get another engine.. Maybe Eagle 12-T3T , any recommendations ? All infos and help are much appreciated... Thanks
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the LC rod will not fit the 359. My understanding is that the LC has a smaller crank pin. The LC/WC rod says C2 on it.

I believe a 35+ rod will fit a 359, but the #'s are different. 35+ takes a R7 rod with standard pin clips and the 359 takes a P1 rod with different clips.
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