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Fuel milage on Novarossi 21-4c limited

Old 12-13-2009, 08:43 PM
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Default Fuel milage on Novarossi 21-4c limited

Just needing a little info on fuel milage on the 21-4c limited and also pipe and header combination. Thanks Dion
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Old 12-13-2009, 08:56 PM
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easy 10+ min..

9853/41021...

look here.. http://www.rctech.net/forum/nitro-of...-plus-4-a.html
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Originally Posted by bigde2001 View Post
Just needing a little info on fuel milage on the 21-4c limited and also pipe and header combination. Thanks Dion
I got 13 minutes on my Losi 2.0 yesterday. Using the 53/021 combo. Real happy.
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i got 12 mins yesterday in my 808 with a really rich tune and its not even over the gallon mark yet! im runin the ofna 053 pipe and header
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Originally Posted by shane oc View Post
i got 12 mins yesterday in my 808 with a really rich tune and its not even over the gallon mark yet! im runin the ofna 053 pipe and header
What's an 808
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What's an 808
Xray XB808
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Xray XB808
is that a buggy?
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yes the 808 is a buggy...
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does xray have a truggy and if so, what's the model number
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the truggy is the xray xt8 , i luv my xray !! and my new nova!!!
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the truggy is the xray xt8 , i luv my xray !! and my new nova!!!
tx for the info
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no prob! xray kicks butt! i havent broken a single part all season!!
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You guys must be driving with a feather finger.. My plus4c has 3 litres on it now and i have only been getting 8 mins with a pretty decent tune on it..Speaking to some nova people though and im told that i should start to get better runtime as the engine becomes a little less tight..

The pipe combo im running 9901 pipe and a 41020 header..

I temped it last run at 115c.(sorry not sure what that is in farenheit),but i dont think it would like to run much hotter.
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You guys must be driving with a feather finger.. My plus4c has 3 litres on it now and i have only been getting 8 mins with a pretty decent tune on it..Speaking to some nova people though and im told that i should start to get better runtime as the engine becomes a little less tight..

The pipe combo im running 9901 pipe and a 41020 header..

I temped it last run at 115c.(sorry not sure what that is in farenheit),but i dont think it would like to run much hotter.

No feather finger here. My car went 13 minutes (155cc) I wrecked 3 times on that tank so if you subtract 30 seconds (conservative estimate) for each wreck, I ran for 11.5 minutes. Then I handed it to one of the pro guys and he leaned a 1/2 turn. I haven't timed it after he tuned it, but it has to be better.
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Originally Posted by juzza99 View Post
The pipe combo im running 9901 pipe and a 41020 header..

I temped it last run at 115c.

Swap to the 41021 header.

115C is 239F; so that's plenty hot for sure.

And yes, you do have to be fluid and smooth to break over the 10min mark. Can't be completely yacking on it all the time. Hardpack, high-traction tracks are of course easier to accomplish this on, but you should be hovering around the 10min mark of runtime without toooo much effort.
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