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Old 08-05-2008, 08:05 AM   #2746
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Novarossi takes 1,2,3 at the 2008 GLC. Using 359 motors.

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Old 08-05-2008, 04:00 PM   #2747
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You will need to have .40 in total...
Same for 25%?
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Old 08-08-2008, 08:33 AM   #2749
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Help..I Have a JP engine that is being tempermental. the bottom end will run intermitantly rich during a qual or a main, so we then have to lean the top end down to get it to run good and the temps are way high. i just agrrevating ill have it running real good pull in take a piss and then go back out and itll run fat on the bottom end
Make sure, that the orings are ok. If you can ALWAYS change ALL the ORING after tearing apart the engine.

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I had have a jp B5t that was hard to set up like that
after 1 gallon or so, I mounted a non turbo head
and magic....
the engine was tuned immediately and
idled regularly too till now at 3 gallons

so perhaps it is not the carburator or o-rings
but a different turbo plug you need ..?
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Old 08-15-2008, 09:22 PM   #2751
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I have Plus21-3 7ports on road engine that I like to rebuild. I have changed the bearings and would like to change the piston liner and conrod as well. I just want to know if 35plus21 9ports or 359 9 ports piston liner and conrod can fit to my crankcase? If it fits will it make more power?

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Old 08-16-2008, 04:53 AM   #2752
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The 359 rod will not fit your crank.

35 +21 is almost the same motor. All parts should fit.
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Old 08-17-2008, 05:22 AM   #2753
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Hi Guys

I have done this a million times but first time with a Nova 21.
I am trying to install a mrx-4x clutch to a 35plus21 LC and seems like the clutch screw it too short and I cant get no end play with zero shims

Any help would be apprecaited
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Old 08-17-2008, 06:06 AM   #2754
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What pipe would be recomended to be used on a 359 plus 2? On a more Bottom to mid range sorta track

I have a 2052 and a 2015. But only used on the 35plus found the 2052 was better but was told that 2015 made more power on dyno
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What pipe would be recomended to be used on a 359 plus 2? On a more Bottom to mid range sorta track

I have a 2052 and a 2015. But only used on the 35plus found the 2052 was better but was told that 2015 made more power on dyno
I think is pretty simple dude.
You have both pipe right, then take them both to the track and test
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Old 08-17-2008, 06:28 AM   #2756
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Yeah i know i will with those 2. But they do make more then just those 2 pipes. Has anyone tried the others and had luck with them.
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Read 2 posts up, did u have any probs with clutch install on 359
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Old 08-17-2008, 07:01 AM   #2758
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Nope no issue. None with my 35plus either maybe wrong fly wheel nut
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Hi Guys

I have done this a million times but first time with a Nova 21.
I am trying to install a mrx-4x clutch to a 35plus21 LC and seems like the clutch screw it too short and I cant get no end play with zero shims

Any help would be apprecaited
hi, i had the same problem of not enough endplay with zero shims on my mtx4r clutch with my nova 353... had to put and add a small shim at the end of the crankshaft between the lock screw.

did not like it, but not much choice.... others i asked did not need to do this . don't know why like that... couldn't possibly be they have different length crank shaft ??
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hi, i had the same problem of not enough endplay with zero shims on my mtx4r clutch with my nova 353... had to put and add a small shim at the end of the crankshaft between the lock screw.

did not like it, but not much choice.... others i asked did not need to do this . don't know why like that... couldn't possibly be they have different length crank shaft ??
The difference is most likely in the flywheel collet. Some are thicker than others. A thick collet against a flywheel that needs a thin one would move the whole assembly 1-or 2 mm futher down the shaft, thus eating up the play that you would normally have.
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