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Old 08-17-2008, 04:00 PM   #1
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Sup guys, Im trying to look for some bearings for my Novarossi 12-3SCT. I tried www.bocabearings.com but they do not carry the bearings I of this engine... Here are the dimensions I'm looking for:

Front Bearing:
ID:7mm
OD:18mm
Width:5.3mm

Rear Bearing:
ID:11.9mm
OD:21.4mm
Width:5.3mm


Thanks in advanced...
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Sup guys, Im trying to look for some bearings for my Novarossi 12-3SCT. I tried www.bocabearings.com but they do not carry the bearings I of this engine... Here are the dimensions I'm looking for:

Front Bearing:
ID:7mm
OD:18mm
Width:5.3mm

Rear Bearing:
ID:11.9mm
OD:21.4mm
Width:5.3mm


Thanks in advanced...
Kamikaze carries both of them
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Old 08-17-2008, 05:26 PM   #3
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Kamikaze carries both of them
Was looking for a similiar website as Boca Bearing. Was looking for the generic Rear bearing, not the ceramic one. Not willing to spend $90 on just one bearing. Unfortunely Kamikaze does not have the 11.9mm bearing, they do have the 11.5mm... (Thats on the website)
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Try:

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Sup guys, Im trying to look for some bearings for my Novarossi 12-3SCT. I tried www.bocabearings.com but they do not carry the bearings I of this engine... Here are the dimensions I'm looking for:

Front Bearing:
ID:7mm
OD:18mm
Width:5.3mm

Rear Bearing:
ID:11.9mm
OD:21.4mm
Width:5.3mm

Thanks in advanced...

Are you sure it is not 5mm and the caliper is off. Or maybe not having the caliper seated all the way or what have you. .3mm is not much and you may be able to misread this as being a 5.3mm. I do not know but the last time I checked the bearings they were 5mm wide. Maybe I am wrong but something to check I have never seen a 5.3mm wide engine. i know the Novas were running the 11.9 and also the 11.5 but they were 5mm wide. Maybe something new.
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Just checked... They dont have the sizes... But thanks man...
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try endurobearings.com just send them an e-mail in their contact us section they make really good bearings in a large range of sizes..
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try endurobearings.com just send them an e-mail in their contact us section they make really good bearings in a large range of sizes..
Dont see anywhere on their website talking bout Engine Bearings... Wouldnt want to trust my engine to these bearings if they dont do engines....

Thanks for the reply though, much appreciated.
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Try this guy. He should know which bearing to use in non ceramic.

http://www.murnanmodified.com/index....sort=2a&page=2
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Sent him a msg at his thread... Thanks Doctor... Anywhere else you guys might think of?
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Those are some oddball sizes. Nova is famous for doing that sort of thing.
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Yes, they do that to be sure people have to buy the bearings from them and so can set high prices.
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Only place I have found it has been the border r/c.... But the shipping to my country is ridiculous for a bearing, 12.5EUR... Seems I'll have to buy the ceramic one. I sent an email to toro_man from Rc-toro.com and hes going to check if he can get it... I'll let you know.
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Try TKO competition bearings. I've been using them for a while now and they are better than the rest. The price is very good too. Those other bearings are just plain ripoffs $100 for a bearing??? cmon
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Try TKO competition bearings. I've been using them for a while now and they are better than the rest. The price is very good too. Those other bearings are just plain ripoffs $100 for a bearing??? cmon
I agree but those are odd ball sizes and tko doesn't have them.
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