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Old 10-24-2006, 11:48 PM   #271
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Glad you like it Did you tidy up the flashings from the back plate threads?
Yep I tidied up the few little bits and pieces no problems. It is a really good motor, but I am pretty sure it would lack the total top end of some motors on the market, but it sure has a fabulous mid range. Top end may come on as it loosens as well.
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Old 10-26-2006, 08:44 AM   #272
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I have a couple of questions for you guys. I saw a C-6 for sale at a good price and was wondering if they are only for on-road or do they have one for off-road with some other letters after the C-6? Also is this one of the better quality engines out there for on-road? We have a pretty big track. Thanks for your replies.
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The C6 is an excellent motor. Very reliable and fast. Scott Kimbrow TQed the Great Lakes Challenge with a C6. Strong bottom end power - with the ability to RPM easily.

C6 breakdowns:
RB Concept C6-BB 3.48cc, 01006-BB, Buggy
RB Concept C6-CC 3.48cc, 01006-CC, Circuit (On-Road)
RB Concept C6 Rody circuit .21, 01006-RC, Circuit (On-Road)

The RC or Rody is the "Bad-Boy" for On road.
The CC is a solid Club motor.
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Old 10-26-2006, 09:38 AM   #274
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The C6 is an excellent motor. Very reliable and fast. Scott Kimbrow TQed the Great Lakes Challenge with a C6. Strong bottom end power - with the ability to RPM easily.

C6 breakdowns:
RB Concept C6-BB 3.48cc, 01006-BB, Buggy
RB Concept C6-CC 3.48cc, 01006-CC, Circuit (On-Road)
RB Concept C6 Rody circuit .21, 01006-RC, Circuit (On-Road)

The RC or Rody is the "Bad-Boy" for On road.
The CC is a solid Club motor.
Thanks.
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Old 10-26-2006, 12:39 PM   #275
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I have a couple of questions for you guys. I saw a C-6 for sale at a good price and was wondering if they are only for on-road or do they have one for off-road with some other letters after the C-6? Also is this one of the better quality engines out there for on-road? We have a pretty big track. Thanks for your replies.
i ran the c5 and c6 at the 301 in the a main its a great engine and it can handle the track and then some . i ran a fast lap of 20.451 and the engine has more to go.can wait for next year
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Old 10-27-2006, 04:00 PM   #276
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Was it a Rody or stock? How many ports does the C-6 have? This is Mike Keely, not sure who you are. I qualified third in the last trophy race at 301 if that helps any. Chris repaved the track and it is super smooth. You can PM me if you want. Thanks
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Old 10-28-2006, 09:55 PM   #277
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The C6 is an excellent motor. Very reliable and fast. Scott Kimbrow TQed the Great Lakes Challenge with a C6. Strong bottom end power - with the ability to RPM easily.

C6 breakdowns:
RB Concept C6-BB 3.48cc, 01006-BB, Buggy
RB Concept C6-CC 3.48cc, 01006-CC, Circuit (On-Road)
RB Concept C6 Rody circuit .21, 01006-RC, Circuit (On-Road)

The RC or Rody is the "Bad-Boy" for On road.
The CC is a solid Club motor.
Rich,
What is the part number of the exhaust system for the Xenon-R engine and for the 01006-RC C6 engine?
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Old 10-29-2006, 04:30 PM   #278
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What is the part number of the exhaust system for the Xenon-R engine and for the 01006-RC C6 engine?
We have been using:
E1352-022013P, Kit "IN-LINE" 2013P/02 Conical. For both the Xenon and C6
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Old 11-01-2006, 01:01 PM   #279
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Was it a Rody or stock? How many ports does the C-6 have? This is Mike Keely, not sure who you are. I qualified third in the last trophy race at 301 if that helps any. Chris repaved the track and it is super smooth. You can PM me if you want. Thanks
stock c-6 rody team c-5. ya i heard that he did cant wait till the spring to run on it .
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Old 11-08-2006, 05:28 PM   #280
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rb c5.. any info about this engine.. powerful..bottom..topend..longlasting..???

Size: .21
HP (bhp): Not Available
Bore: 16.22 mm
Stroke: 16.8 mm
Ports: 5
Weight: 365 g
Crank: SG
Construction: ABC
Displacement: 3.49 cc
Type: Off-Road
Exhaust: Rear
Carb: Slide
RPM Range: Not Available
Webpage: www.rbproducts.com
Est. Street Cost: Not Available
Average Rating: 5 out of 5
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rb c5.. any info about this engine.. powerful..bottom..topend..longlasting..???

Size: .21
HP (bhp): Not Available
Bore: 16.22 mm
Stroke: 16.8 mm
Ports: 5
Weight: 365 g
Crank: SG
Construction: ABC
Displacement: 3.49 cc
Type: Off-Road
Exhaust: Rear
Carb: Slide
RPM Range: Not Available
Webpage: www.rbproducts.com
Est. Street Cost: Not Available
Average Rating: 5 out of 5
I run one of these. very nice top end and not so very good bottom.
it holds the tune and very reliable.very good engine for nice flowing big track with lot's of straightaways.very fast engine.
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Old 11-25-2006, 03:50 AM   #282
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HI GUYS,

I'M LOOKING AT BUYING A RB ENGINE. BUT I DONT KNOW IF I MUST GET THE C6BB OR THE WS7. CAN YOU GUYS PLEASE ASSIST ME ON WHAT YOU
THINK IS BEST. I GOT A OS V-SPEC BUT WANT SOMETHING WITH MORE POWER.
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Old 11-25-2006, 08:36 AM   #283
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The Vspec is the same as the WS7 so there really isn't worth buying. Overall get the C6BB if you want more power. However how are you managing with tuning on the Vspec and or what pipe, plug are you using with it? It's one of the best offroad engines you can get since it has more bottom and similiar top to the WS7. Fuel mileage is also excellent.
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Old 11-25-2006, 08:46 AM   #284
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i ran the c5 and c6 at the 301 in the a main its a great engine and it can handle the track and then some . i ran a fast lap of 20.451 and the engine has more to go.can wait for next year
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Old 11-25-2006, 11:23 PM   #285
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HARKONNEND- MY V-SPEC RUNS WELL, BUT WANT SOME MORE POWER. THE GUYS AT MY LOCAL TRACK ARE RUNNING JP AND NOVAROSSI, IT JUST SEEMS THAT THEY GOT MORE POWER ON CERTIAN PARTS OF THE TRACK. MY OS IS TUNED WELL AND I HAVE TRIED A FEW DIFFERENT PIPES. JUST WANT THAT LITTLE BIT EXTRA. WHAT PIPE AND PLUG WOULD RECOMMEND FOR THE C6BB.
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