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Old 06-23-2011, 03:40 AM   #61
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Now to the good bits...

The crank. Hardcoated, looks very aggressive and balanced.

Nothing too special about piston/rod but looks very solid and might handle some punishment
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Sleeve, button and backplate...
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Head looks very nice, drilled out and lightweight...
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Now to the internals. Again I am amazed with the fit and quality....

Steel bearings, but very nice carb. Comes with optional venturi...
Better put some silicone sealant at the carb neck, for sure some leakage there coz the o ring is too lose.
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Better put some silicone sealant at the carb neck, for sure some leakage there coz the o ring is too lose.
I use Lucky 7 Carb Sealant on all my carbs
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Thanks Novarossi for posting pictures.
Engine looks very nice, quite simple, yet very nicely made.

Let us know of your first test impressions.
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Thanks Novarossi for posting pictures.
Engine looks very nice, quite simple, yet very nicely made.

Let us know of your first test impressions.
John, he wont know what hit him when he unleashes that raw OS power, i just hope he doesn't put the car into the fence

good luck with it Novarossi or should we call you OS now? i am looking forward to our endless battles on the track and of the track
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Did anyone check timings? I'm very curious...
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Did anyone check timings? I'm very curious...
I shim the head 0.1mm more,start leaning the HSN 3 turns from full seat, 2-3 hrs to go.
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I shim the head 0.1mm more,start leaning the HSN 3 turns from full seat, 2-3 hrs to go.
5:10" per tank now, running 100C
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Anyone knows the difference of
23755000 (Max VZ-B) and 23755020 (Speed VZ)?
Both engines are in same Bore and Stroke, can be interchanged?
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I shim the head 0.1mm more,start leaning the HSN 3 turns from full seat, 2-3 hrs to go.
beebone, I am curious to know why you shimmed the head 0.1mm more? Is this for break in only?
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beebone, I am curious to know why you shimmed the head 0.1mm more? Is this for break in only?
My normal pratice for the high speed track. it pretty safe to reduce denotation in high rpm.
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My normal pratice for the high speed track. it pretty safe to reduce denotation in high rpm.
I do the same beebone, i have noticed some loss of power when this is done, but for longevity it is good
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I do the same beebone, i have noticed some loss of power when this is done, but for longevity it is good
Yes, the low end power has lost, so compensate by the gear ratio and longer manifold.
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