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Old 07-03-2003, 10:13 AM   #16
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The only people I can recall that make a round port side exhaust engine is a Trinityy/Picco. They still have a few of them around. Most round port exhaust engines are rear exhaust. I don't thing the round port side exhaust caught on so well, so there are fewer of them
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can u guys send me a link to buy the cv-r for my hpi nitro rs4 rtr the first one? i went to tower it looks liek everything is backwards. the throttle linkag is on the opposite side then what i have also i need a rotary throttle
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The carb may look backwards, but it isn't tightened. Just take the carb out and rotate 180 degreesand you should be set
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The carb may look backwards, but it isn't tightened. Just take the carb out and rotate 180 degreesand you should be set
listen my cv-x is a pullstart and that is so th emoutns will still work? but do i nee a new flywheel?
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IT WILL WORK!!!!

just that you need to use your current flywheel because the pull start's mount is a little taller than a non pull start so if you use a smaller flywheel you may not be able to start the engine with a starter box
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spenzalli thats and off road does it really make a difference?
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For the most part, the ps mounts simply allow the motor to sit higher on the chasis to clear the pull start. The flywheel is also a bit larger (in case you have to bump start it, I believe). In theory that shouldn't be a problem. I'll look into it some more
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hmmm, I see my typing is a bit slow...

And don't worry about the offroad designation. Most cars using this engine have a slide carb setup. The engine will be fine in your NRS4
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As far as your round port, side exhaust engine, THIS may be your only option
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