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Old 10-18-2001, 10:55 PM   #1
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The racing scene in Italy is getting serious with the 200mm Nitro touring car class. Novarossi's Massimo Fantini, Fabio Domanin and other Top racers in Italy are supporting it racing it, the works! The Novarossi team has measured it's Impulses on top speeds at a recent national event, they measured speeds upto 99,2 km/h regularly! The regulations describe using diffs and allow foam tires which where used! The 200mm TC racing scene is getting more serious, the Impulse is up to it's task, all it needs now is you, the driver to take it to the next victory! More info on this to be published on myTSN.com
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NR: what's our MTX2 speed?
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Great! That means the Novarossi guys will come up more crazy engine.

99.2 km/h is normal for todays rear exhaust engine touring car. 99.2 mph will be another story.
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you never getting worry or you never getting the speed?
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you never getting worry or you never getting the speed?
Never get worried

MTX here in Australia is kicking butt!

Putting my Pro together this weekend, and picking up an RS-12 JP Modified engine (full legal, non-turbo) in the coming weeks. A few of the Mugen boys here are running these engines, and are ultra quick.
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we'll just have to wait and see then
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Never get worried

MTX here in Australia is kicking butt!

Putting my Pro together this weekend, and picking up an RS-12 JP Modified engine (full legal, non-turbo) in the coming weeks. A few of the Mugen boys here are running these engines, and are ultra quick.
yeah i have heard JP engine is fast but the problem with that is the engine doesnt last long.
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yeah i have heard JP engine is fast but the problem with that is the engine doesnt last long.
Very true! One of the guys has already blown the engine.
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Very true! One of the guys has already blown the engine.
I still have a JP REX 3 port 3.5cc buggy engine. I am using this on my pirate big foot.
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I still have a JP REX 3 port 3.5cc buggy engine. I am using this on my pirate big foot.
How old's the engine and it's still working??!!
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How old's the engine and it's still working??!!
It is like over 5 years old but I seldom use it !
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It is like over 5 years old but I seldom use it !
Hey, you can keep the thing for another 3 years or so and call for an auction! I'm sure you'll get more than what you expect!$$$
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