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Old 03-18-2005, 08:04 PM   #751
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i wrote about the glowplug only because it's really the only difference.....

regular novarossi ns3 engines doesn't feature silicone filled cranks nor big heads......
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Old 03-19-2005, 12:24 AM   #752
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my ns12s3a1 came with a turbo plug, 9 fin head and a non silicon filled crank.
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Old 03-19-2005, 06:14 AM   #753
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The newer NSR12 or RR12L crankshafts that I've seen as spares now have "extra" metal where you would usually put the "red silicone"... So now, I would think you only needed to smoothen that part with the dremel to create the air ramp because in stock form, that part is pretty rough...
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The box mine came in said ns12s3/a1. My engine has a standard plug, 9 fins and no silicon. I bought the engine new from a friend. It had been taken out of the box. He's a good person, so I know he didn't change anything. Maybe the wrong engine was put in the box in the first place.

I have no complantes with my engine. I was just wondering how it differed from the other ns12s3. Thanks for the help.
I sell engine in my country and all of my A1 have 11 fin and red silicon on the crankshaft. you can see it in my web site some picture. www.dogboneind.com
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Old 03-19-2005, 06:58 AM   #755
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I sell engine in my country and all of my A1 have 11 fin and red silicon on the crankshaft. you can see it in my web site some picture. www.dogboneind.com
When will this be for sale? " MSpeed modified Novarossi RR-12 Engine"

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Old 03-19-2005, 07:02 AM   #756
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When will this be for sale? " MSpeed modified Novarossi RR-12 Engine"

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No stock @ this moment. We are still waiting for the new .12 Nova this end of march.
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Old 03-21-2005, 09:22 PM   #757
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hi guys... any of u guys know which needle is the low end?
the black one or the gold one?
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Old 03-22-2005, 12:42 AM   #758
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the black one is the one your after the gold one in the side of the carb body is for fine tuning the idle speed and there is no need to adjust it
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oh ok... thanks alot..
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I just bought a Novamega SX15 EV5 3 port and I was wondering if the parts are compatible with Novarossi CX15R/N or TX15R/N parts such as the crank, piston/sleeve, head button (or as Novamega calls it combustion chamber). etc. Thanx guys.
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Old 03-27-2005, 05:26 PM   #761
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Hey guys, I'm hoping you can help me out a bit. I just picked up a brand new Novarossi RS-12 S1 and I am trying to find out about it. It was too good of a price to pass up, so I figured I'd buy first and ask questions later. I can't recall hearing anything bad about ANY Rossi motor, so it was a pretty good gamble.

The motor box says 2003, so it goes to reason why I can't find any info on it. It's a 3-port, SG crank, purple head (I think standard plug), and that's about all I know on it.

Can anyone shed some more light on the details of this motor? Is is more suited to one type of track than another? Anything special I should know about it? It will be going into a short track dirt oval car, too.

With it being a motor no longer made, what P/S/R are best suited for eventual replacements? I think I may know where to find some RS P/Ss remaining out there, so I may pick those up just in case.


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Hey guys, I'm hoping you can help me out a bit. I just picked up a brand new Novarossi RS-12 S1 and I am trying to find out about it. It was too good of a price to pass up, so I figured I'd buy first and ask questions later. I can't recall hearing anything bad about ANY Rossi motor, so it was a pretty good gamble.

The motor box says 2003, so it goes to reason why I can't find any info on it. It's a 3-port, SG crank, purple head (I think standard plug), and that's about all I know on it.

Can anyone shed some more light on the details of this motor? Is is more suited to one type of track than another? Anything special I should know about it? It will be going into a short track dirt oval car, too.

With it being a motor no longer made, what P/S/R are best suited for eventual replacements? I think I may know where to find some RS P/Ss remaining out there, so I may pick those up just in case.


Looking forward to your input,


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Palmaris BRB P/S sets will fit straight into to. The RS engines were good overall and should be quick on any track type. Im running a RS12 with BRB set and its still as quick as anything else on the track.
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I have the same engine, production date is the same but my control code is N for what ever that's worth.
Dennis Richey told me the crankshaft is'nt very good, he had seen alot of breakage especially when modding. He said he seen some last 5 gallons of fuel some not last 5 mins. I think he said it has a 11mm crank and the later Rossi NRS-S3 has 11.5 mm cranks. I think Palmaris Racing also has a crankshaft that will drop right in.
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No stock @ this moment. We are still waiting for the new .12 Nova this end of march.
Please notify when you have them available. Email me at : vl2.dy4@gmail.com

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I have the same engine, production date is the same but my control code is N for what ever that's worth.
Dennis Richey told me the crankshaft is'nt very good, he had seen alot of breakage especially when modding. He said he seen some last 5 gallons of fuel some not last 5 mins. I think he said it has a 11mm crank and the later Rossi NRS-S3 has 11.5 mm cranks. I think Palmaris Racing also has a crankshaft that will drop right in.
yep, we will have crankshafts available soon.
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