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Old 04-10-2002, 06:23 AM   #466
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Mugen gearing at CINCIN.

Dennis, what gearing do you use on your RTU motors in Cincin.
I've got the stock gears that came with the pro car which is 16/19
47/43, What do I need to change (Mugen PRO spec).
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Old 04-10-2002, 02:34 PM   #467
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Motorman,

I sent you an email about your motors....did you get it?
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Old 04-10-2002, 06:20 PM   #468
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Old 04-10-2002, 10:18 PM   #469
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Motorman,

I tried calling that number and still no go. Maybe, I can pay ChrisF and he can order it for me? J/K I will PM you later on payment and shipping info. Gotta get a real engine. My JPMT12 is very dissapointing.
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Old 04-11-2002, 05:24 AM   #470
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Thanks Motorman
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HF try 16/18 46/49 w 61 mm tires to start.
Hi Dennis (Or anyone else) you mentioned a 18 tooth 2nd gear, does Mugen have one of these?? I cannot seem to find this gear.
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Old 04-11-2002, 06:08 PM   #472
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Dennis, you got mail. Thanks.
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Glitch:

It helps if you had an RTU with serial number 004. It also helps if you're one of his good friends. Besides, I've been waiting pretty much since Florida for one (February).

Just be patient, it's worth it. And remember, if Dennis has a heart attack from punching out 6000 motors a night, we're all out of luck

Right Dennis?
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I sent you some $$ earlier in the week. You should have gotten it by now. Hopefully I'm on the list!
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Dennis I sent you a email a few days ago. Just checking to see if got it. You say you are having a hard time getting motors? Could I send you one,would that help?
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Does anyone know how to rotate the high speed needle brass housing on a novarossi carb ? (the housing, not the needle)
I want to rotate it so it's alinging with the carb opening. Thanks.
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there looks to be a hex like area to loosen and change were the banjo fitting or fuel inlet is. If your speaking of the side carb housing that the high needle assembly screws into, no it can not.
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