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Old 11-30-2006, 06:10 PM   #1
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hi guys,
guys do know how to take out sleeve from the crankcase is there any kind method or trick to do it?thanks guys
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Old 11-30-2006, 06:32 PM   #2
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If the engine has any pinch left then when you rotate the crank the piston will push the sleeve up when the head is taken off.
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Old 11-30-2006, 07:16 PM   #3
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hi deeds,
the engine still have alot of pinch and i did rotate the crankshaft but it look like the sleeve stuck didnt move at all. is there any other way?yhanks
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Take the end cap off then put the piston up near the top and use a piece of plastic from a parts tree and push it out from the bottom of the sleeve.
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Old 11-30-2006, 09:11 PM   #5
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guys , idid it with the help of my 2 used zipties,anyway thanks guys
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Old 12-01-2006, 12:46 PM   #6
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another problem guys, the crankshaft rusted, here the picture :
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Old 12-01-2006, 12:47 PM   #7
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sorry guys here the picture :
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i think it might be fried but try to get the rust off with never dull
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sorry guys here the picture :
What motor is that from?
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Is there rust on the crank pin where the rod ride on it? If not just clean it up and it should be fine.
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it,s from hpi pro 21 rsc ithink it made by novarossi,yes its an old engine and i got it used from other person including the car too. but comp still very tight . except the bearing front and rear i need to replace itl cause to rusty.
the pin was ok ithink ican clean it with dremel/polishing it with dremel.
here the picture of the car guys.
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That's what I thought it was. If that engine runs it's pretty fast.
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hi quietstorm76,
hpi stop producing part for that engine and i know it was made by novarossi hor hpi ,do you any similiar type from novarossi engine, like what serie or type from novarossi?thanks man
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hpi stop producing part for that engine and i know it was made by novarossi hor hpi ,do you any similiar type from novarossi engine, like what serie or type from novarossi?thanks man
Post a picture of the cylinder sleeve so that I can tell which NovaRossi engine this is.
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hpi stop producing part for that engine and i know it was made by novarossi hor hpi ,do you any similiar type from novarossi engine, like what serie or type from novarossi?thanks man
It should be close to a Novarossi 221ps. At one time I was running the HPI crank with the internals from a NovaMega EVO2. Any of the Nova rods should fit.
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