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Old 12-31-2001, 01:20 AM   #16
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What pipe do you use with those motors or doesn't it really matter?
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I used the Yokomo in-line pipe 'till I bent the header......right now I'm using the inexpensive Associated GT pipe which is quite surprisingly an all around pipe.
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What pipe do you use with those motors or doesn't it really matter?
Really depends on how you set up your car and the track that you run your car at!

If you are running at a fairly large and high speed track then Novarossi 51601, if you are running at a small with tons of turns then get the high torque pipe!
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Old 12-31-2001, 01:40 PM   #19
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I used the Yokomo in-line pipe 'till I bent the header......right now I'm using the inexpensive Associated GT pipe which is quite surprisingly an all around pipe.
How do you like your Yokomo inline pipe? I am thinking about getting one!
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I'm using a MEGA TP02 on my MT12RE......I'm happy with it....It was prettty good on a huge track....I ran it on SVM it went pretty fast on their huge straightaway.....on 1st speed..... I did not adjust my 2 speed correctly..... maybe I have a manual transmission j/k
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how the he-double hocky sticks did you bend a crank without breaking it???

Is this the engine that you got from Chris F. He sent me an email looking for a crank. I forgot to respond and got busy during Christmas vacation sorry. I have new Sg cranks available but no used ones. Is it an RTU?? or a stock MT12

I got a few engines whittled out during Christmas though. One was an RTO RB 5 port and another was an R1 21 Novarossi.

The next one on the bench is for Steve Bess at RCCA an OS no less, RZ V01b. He said he was tired of getting his hiney kicked by guys running Novarossi's in his dirt car.
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how the he-double hocky sticks did you bend a crank without breaking it???

Is this the engine that you got from Chris F. He sent me an email looking for a crank. I forgot to respond and got busy during Christmas vacation sorry. I have new Sg cranks available but no used ones. Is it an RTU?? or a stock MT12

I got a few engines whittled out during Christmas though. One was an RTO RB 5 port and another was an R1 21 Novarossi.

The next one on the bench is for Steve Bess at RCCA an OS no less, RZ V01b. He said he was tired of getting his hiney kicked by guys running Novarossi's in his dirt car.
Hey Motorman! that's me! I really dont know why it happened. My intention of buying the engine is just for back up and I never test it after I got it! in fact just fired it up an make sure it works but never really fully inspect it!

It is a stock MT12, do you have a spare crank? could you PM me?
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What pipe do you use with those motors or doesn't it really matter?
It looks like you have to use associateds pipe only.
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