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Old 04-17-2003, 05:08 AM   #1
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At the minute i have a novarossi RACE engine which needs a piston and liner so i wondering what engines are faster that i could buy rather than buying a new piston and liner!

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Old 04-17-2003, 05:15 AM   #2
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try the JP modifieds...they're faster than anyone else..
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Old 04-20-2003, 12:58 AM   #3
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At the minute i have a novarossi RACE engine which needs a piston and liner so i wondering what engines are faster that i could buy rather than buying a new piston and liner!
Got several engines on my MRX3 and I came with two engines: Nova R1WC (Kangaroo) and Sirio .21 AAC.

All the two are incredible quick (sirio is a little less powerful at the low-end, but when is time of whining is the champ). Haven't found the need of going with a JP engine (remember, all isn't a matter of HP).

If you want to get a JP version of a Nova, go for it (it's your money) but I'll assure you that don't find so much difference between the R1 and a JP.
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wat size rossi do u have?
and which model?
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Team Rody C5 on-road is wicked fast, if you can find one!
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Team Rody C5 on-road is wicked fast, if you can find one!
Ran this morning with a guy with a C5 'Rody' and need to say that's quite powerful engine, but lacks a little of grunt. High end is incredible, but needs more grunt to catch a R1 on some tracks.
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Ran this morning with a guy with a C5 'Rody' and need to say that's quite powerful engine, but lacks a little of grunt. High end is incredible, but needs more grunt to catch a R1 on some tracks.
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Yeah but the R1 wouldnt keep up with a real C5

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DeansPoors:

What type of motor is your rossi?
size and wat make?
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The collari modded c5 is supposedly the fastest 21 out. FAster than the kangaroo jp or the rody team c5. Rody himself said the collaris make more top end power and rpms, his has a little more bottom and get better gas mileage.
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Can anyone comment on the Mario Race? Perhaps against JP/Rody etc.. Thanks.
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Can anyone comment on the Mario Race? Perhaps against JP/Rody etc.. Thanks.
Some guys have the Rex R1 Mario Rossi units and I didn't found a noticeable difference between their engines and my Nova R1 running with them side to side.

Haven't the internals of one, but seemed that is more hype than real modification on the engines.
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Sirio AAC is the fastest engine. I tried all engine and I found out that sirio is good
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Are you talking about a moded Sirio .21 or the stock? Can some tell me if the AAC technology is dureable in a meaning of lifespan. 10x
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Stock Sirio .21 AAC first the price is cheaper( Philippine price around 300 US dollar) second easy to tune like OS engine. About the power of the engine. I find it better than stock of Nova but a little less power than JP racing. Since JP is very expensive( 450 US dollar) thats make Sirio today more practical engine
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