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Old 03-01-2003, 05:43 AM   #2656
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Here's another of the outer end, same parts used on both ends. These screws are a little too long, I used 3mm x 20mm on both ends at the time, put the 3mm x 18mm screws on this end & it'll work out better.
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Old 03-01-2003, 02:31 PM   #2657
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Where did you get the Mugan parts? I want to pick some up.
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Old 03-01-2003, 04:44 PM   #2658
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I know this is stupid but o well what are Du Bro and do you have a pic and who sells them BTW i live close by Ultimate hobs and Socal Rc raceway.
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Old 03-01-2003, 07:25 PM   #2659
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Dubro are a company who produce products like fuel tubing, servo horns and other plastic parts. They mainly produce parts for R/C Aircraft but do several nice parts for cars also. You should be able to get them in your LHS. I think they are distibuted by Great Planes (dont quote me on that one though).
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Old 03-01-2003, 10:04 PM   #2660
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What gears does everybody run at revelation?

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Old 03-01-2003, 11:28 PM   #2661
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i run 21-27 or 22-27 for pinions with 54-48 for spurs
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Old 03-01-2003, 11:30 PM   #2662
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hey JWF-frani i see your from Brea do you go to Crystal?
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Old 03-01-2003, 11:33 PM   #2663
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yeah i'm starting to go i was there at the last procar west race.
and will probably go again next sunday
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Old 03-02-2003, 03:16 PM   #2664
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I was just wondering do you have the setup that everyone runs out therE? for crystal
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Old 03-02-2003, 09:33 PM   #2665
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my tc3 setup is pretty basic

front:65 wt. purple springs 2-camber with 1 toe out
rear: 60 wt. red springs 2.5 camber with 2 toe in each side
using integy set up station I don't know how the hudy would
compare # wise to my integy.
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My friend has a ntc3 and he's only run about 2 thirds of a quart of 10% wild cat fuel through it. Would it be ok to switch to a different fuel (like 20% monster horsepower) when he buys some more fuel? Would it be best to switch now? Dont ask why Im askin the question and not him, he just seems to not feel like getting on to the forums .
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Just wansted to ask if anyone have tried this engine in your ntc3. Please advise if there will be modifications when installing the engine.
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Just wansted to ask if anyone have tried this engine in your ntc3. Please advise if there will be modifications when installing the engine.
I use that motor it works fine i love it as with any os not the fastist on the track with all of the 5 ports and more but very reliable and mine would start every time like a well oiled machine

the only problem i had with it is that i could not get the header to seal and it would leak everywhere any on got any ideas on that


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Old 03-03-2003, 06:18 AM   #2669
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My friend has a ntc3 and he's only run about 2 thirds of a quart of 10% wild cat fuel through it. Would it be ok to switch to a different fuel (like 20% monster horsepower) when he buys some more fuel? Would it be best to switch now? Dont ask why Im askin the question and not him, he just seems to not feel like getting on to the forums .
that would be fine...he will have to re tune his motor,and it is best that he sort of goes through a break in perion for a couple tanks....2 reasons..one,when you go from a 10% nitro content to a 20% nitro,the engine has to adjust to the higher nitro content..Second.....wildcat makes the trinity fuel...bit depending which Wildcat fuel he was running,it could be anywhere fron 14 to a 18% oul content..Monster HP is 12%....so you have less oil content,which is why you need to re tune...
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I use that motor it works fine i love it as with any os not the fastist on the track with all of the 5 ports and more but very reliable and mine would start every time like a well oiled machine

the only problem i had with it is that i could not get the header to seal and it would leak everywhere any on got any ideas on that


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there were a couple guys with that problem try using a GS silicones header gasket..that should help..
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