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Old 03-22-2006, 02:33 AM   #31
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These sound interesting will they be easy to tune like O.S
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Old 03-22-2006, 02:55 AM   #32
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With the amount of engines that are being released I believe they are all trying to get us ( the consumer) to grab them up so I am quite sure the engines will produce. The quality of what is being released at this current time is really good. I don't know Mike all that well only met him a few times but he was quite a help when I needed him. Pooh trust Mike and I would have to say not being a Pro guy and with the help that he did give to me was tremendous and I would have to take his word as well.

I will grab one and try it here on a different elevation and climate. Especially since it is really finicky weather in NY where it would be run 70% of the time. When I get the engine I will post results....
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Old 03-22-2006, 05:33 AM   #33
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Looks like you need to use a special Ninja glow plug:
http://www.ninja-engines.com/content...0&featureID=11
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It is entirely produced with special steel, guaranteeing the highest resistance to corrosion. After long testing we have produced also a filament made with a special platinum alloy, which allows a perfect ignition and a far superior duration compared to traditional glow plugs.
And the special Ninja tuned pipe as well:
http://www.ninja-engine.com/content/...0&featureID=10
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...the best engine performance is only assured by using the exhaust components of this MR series.
It's not like I'm complaining, but I didn't see either of these at the Ace Hardware Hobbies Web site. It's all together possible, that you may see a shortage of glow plugs and tuned pipes before they run out of engines.
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Old 03-22-2006, 07:53 AM   #34
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It's not like I'm complaining, but I didn't see either of these at the Ace Hardware Hobbies Web site. It's all together possible, that you may see a shortage of glow plugs and tuned pipes before they run out of engines.
Similar problem happened when the Mega was released.
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Looks like you need to use a special Ninja glow plug:
http://www.ninja-engines.com/content...0&featureID=11

And the special Ninja tuned pipe as well:
http://www.ninja-engine.com/content/...0&featureID=10

It's not like I'm complaining, but I didn't see either of these at the Ace Hardware Hobbies Web site. It's all together possible, that you may see a shortage of glow plugs and tuned pipes before they run out of engines.
Novarossi glow plugs and pipes will work with the Ninja motor. Ace will have Ninja pipes and glow plugs in stock.
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With the amount of engines that are being released I believe they are all trying to get us ( the consumer) to grab them up so I am quite sure the engines will produce. The quality of what is being released at this current time is really good. I don't know Mike all that well only met him a few times but he was quite a help when I needed him. Pooh trust Mike and I would have to say not being a Pro guy and with the help that he did give to me was tremendous and I would have to take his word as well.

I will grab one and try it here on a different elevation and climate. Especially since it is really finicky weather in NY where it would be run 70% of the time. When I get the engine I will post results....
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Old 03-22-2006, 01:52 PM   #37
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hello mike.can we compare the ninja 21 r01 with the jp r01 ore the r03.
please give us some more information about the ninja engines.
how is the sleeve and piston wil it last long,and the conrod to.
please let us now how it go,s.
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Old 03-27-2006, 11:32 PM   #38
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eny news yet about the performens,of the new r01 yet
and wil the piston and sleeve hold up for a cople of race,s
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