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Old 09-23-2007, 02:45 PM   #1
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Default Help my Identify these Pistons and Cylinders

I had purchased a small lot of RC parts and these were included. How can I tell what motor they are from.

They all have turbo buttons with a four bolt pattern

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Old 09-23-2007, 02:48 PM   #2
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wow, somebody sliced those up, looks like swiss cheese. at least they made it look pretty but i've never seen someone cut down to the inner sleeve.

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iv seen guys do this and um well there motors never really worked to good.
and really those mods dont look to good.dont know what they are but i wouldn't bother with them to much.
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The conneting rod looks like Novarossi. The cuts are deffinately hand made and sloppy. I've never see the bottom of the sleve cut on a bias like that also. I wouldn't touch those sleves. Four bolt head button also sounds like a Novarossi based motor.
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Old 09-23-2007, 08:48 PM   #5
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these look like some one copying mod i have seen the skirt of the sleeve raised before but when you do it you also have toraise the skkirt of the piston it allows more air in to the motor and creates more power i do have afeeling that the person whodid this didn't know why it was done or they would have done it correctly
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The pistons are all used and look like they have been abused.
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