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Old 01-21-2004, 07:57 AM   #91
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Where can i get a new piston and liner for a Novarossi NSR3?

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Old 01-21-2004, 08:02 AM   #92
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What is the difference between NSR 12S3 and NS 12S3, and do they use same cylinder/piston??
That's exactly the difference between them, the NSR uses the new MCP (Micro Cast Piston) P/S technology, which allows the engine to withstand higher RPM's/Temp.

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Will a new NSR piston and liner fir the NS3?

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Old 01-21-2004, 08:45 AM   #94
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Old 01-21-2004, 09:23 AM   #95
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Have you tried RCMushroom????
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Old 01-21-2004, 10:28 AM   #97
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Give Top Gun a pm. He can get you hooked up probably
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Old 01-21-2004, 01:05 PM   #98
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ok, i understand that the NSR liker higher temps, BUT the oil dosnt lubricate very good at temps of 150 C does it? It vaporise faster, right?
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ok, i understand that the NSR liker higher temps, BUT the oil dosnt lubricate very good at temps of 150 C does it? It vaporise faster, right?
NSR's like fuels with higher Castor oil content to withstand the higher temperatures he likes to run...

Castor burns at higher temperatures and still lubricates where Synthetic oils burned some time ago.... Will recomend you a quick pass on the Fuels thread, put some interesting points there.
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Hi Guys,

I will soon be getting myself an NSR12 S3 and I'd like to know what plugs you would recommend to use for my conditions. I generally run in temperatures around 20 degrees C (however the colder months will be here in a few months) and my track is very large, permenant track built to cater for 1/8th and 1/5th scale (up there with the largest straights in the country). I'm also using 16% Nitro.

I previously had an NS3 for a short time in which I ran the C6TC plugs.

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Hi Guys,

I will soon be getting myself an NSR12 S3 and I'd like to know what plugs you would recommend to use for my conditions. I generally run in temperatures around 20 degrees C (however the colder months will be here in a few months) and my track is very large, permenant track built to cater for 1/8th and 1/5th scale (up there with the largest straights in the country). I'm also using 16% Nitro.
I run too in very large tracks and mine setup for this engine doesn't differs so much of the usual setup of the engine. Just pay some attention to:

Plugs: C5Tc or C6Tc
Fuel: 16% Nitro, 10% oil as minimum. I custom blend mine own fuel and use different oils depending on the temperature, just check the fuel thread to get more information.
Combustion chamber size: As Motorman said many time ago, adjust it to measure .014" high (measure it with the tin lead and measure how high is the wire after being crushed by the piston to the plug button).

Doesn't matter how long is the track, with the correct gearing and exhaust configuration, the engine really shines on big tracks.
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Corse, check you e-mail regarding 2nd room for Ft.Myers
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Corse, check you e-mail regarding 2nd room for Ft.Myers
Surely you have a voice mail in your mobile phone regarding this...
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Guys,

Would a 'dint' in the pipe affect performance at all?

My pipe is a little bit dinted (pushed in) at the stinger and I'm just curious if this would have a detrimental effect on performance.

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Would a 'dint' in the pipe affect performance at all?

My pipe is a little bit dinted (pushed in) at the stinger and I'm just curious if this would have a detrimental effect on performance.

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My experience, small "dent" will make your engine leans.
But a veri big dent will make your engine goes whoooaaa.. very rich.
Im not so sure why. Maybe because the change of the resonance that effect the engine timing.
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