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Old 12-21-2003, 08:08 AM   #46
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check your back pressure fuel line. one of my buddies' engine has the same problem and later he found out that the back pressure fuel line was leaking that caused the engine stalling or no top end.
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Old 12-21-2003, 08:13 AM   #47
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check your back pressure fuel line. one of my buddies' engine has the same problem and later he found out that the back pressure fuel line was leaking that caused the engine stalling or no top end.
thanks mate. i tested the fuel tube from pipe to tank. no isssues. i recently changed my tank as the old one was broken. i'll "sink test" it tommorow. this engine has been really good to me so i hope it hasn't died!

maybe my fuel isn't of the best quality. when there is a black ring close to the top of the sleave does this mean my fuel is no good...or that i'm running it hot?
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Old 12-21-2003, 08:24 AM   #48
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thanks mate. i tested the fuel tube from pipe to tank. no isssues. i recently changed my tank as the old one was broken. i'll "sink test" it tommorow. this engine has been really good to me so i hope it hasn't died!

maybe my fuel isn't of the best quality. when there is a black ring close to the top of the sleave does this mean my fuel is no good...or that i'm running it hot?
i do not think you have problem with that black ring as long as your engine compression still hold true.
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Old 12-22-2003, 07:02 AM   #49
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i do not think you have problem with that black ring as long as your engine compression still hold true.
well the tank is fine, so is the pressure line. so hopefully next race meet.....next year. it will be fine. i found my reciever has conked it now i guess work holidays allows me to fix these problems!
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Hey guys does anyone know what the factory screw settings r for a JP TS3 its just that I have put a new P/S in the thing and I need to run it in again, I have already looked in the book but I can't find it.
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i just started breakin in my new novarossi ns12 s5. How does everybody like this engine?
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Hi Guys,

I'm thinking of getting some Novarossi .21 on-road engines & get them tuned.

The R1 WC is the obvious choice but this has some work already done in the factory.

Is there a bog standard .21 on-raod which you could use as your base engine for tuning?


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Hi Guys,

I'm thinking of getting some Novarossi .21 on-road engines & get them tuned.

The R1 WC is the obvious choice but this has some work already done in the factory.

Is there a bog standard .21 on-raod which you could use as your base engine for tuning?


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Actualy R1 WC is very good engine to work with. They still left some metall on right place, which needs to be massaged.
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What does every run these engines with? im using 10% nitro.. weather in the 60-70's?
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I always run the hottest turbo plugs in my .12's. Usually the 5 tf
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HEY Stefan:

How about in the heart of summer.. 85-95 degrees? Still Hottest plug?
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How about in the heart of summer.. 85-95 degrees? Still Hottest plug?
85-95C ? Means complete brain meltdown! If are F probably a 6 or 7Tf and much depends on which kind of track you will run... Lots of backstraight at full throttle and none hairpins? Get a 7Tf... a 6Tf will give you a crisp low-end...
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