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Old 01-13-2004, 08:51 AM   #16
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NO....He will tell you it is 2 pi radian.....

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Old 01-13-2004, 11:32 AM   #17
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NO....He will tell you it is 2 pi radian.....
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manticore and evo : see you guys in hell.
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manticore and evo : see you guys in hell.
Sorry my friend I will be in heaven but maybe I will see you in the crowd when we are awaiting the judgement !

I will pray for you Data !
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Sorry my friend I will be in heaven
thanks God !!!! one down one to go.
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thanks God !!!! one down one to go.
i have to leave you in hell sorry even I do believe in you !
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i have to leave you in hell sorry even I do believe in you !
good !!! but i don’t know why you and evo wants to go to heaven, you can’t sue anybody there.
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good !!! but i don’t know why you and evo wants to go to heaven, you can’t sue anybody there.
depends on what's your capacity in hell !
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Old 01-13-2004, 10:45 PM   #23
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So, after all this, how many degrees is really a turn? When I drive my full size car, I have something called "turn signals", not that I use them, but it said in the car manual that they switch off automatically after I complete the turn, and most turns I make are , give or take a few, around 90 degrees, so, with this new information, shouldn't a "full turn" really be 90 degrees? Maybe we can ask NR to add "turn signals" to the carb needles so that when they switch off, we know we have completed a full "turn"....
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Somebody help, I find it all so confusing...
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Somebody help, I find it all so confusing...
you are confusing yourself !
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Old 01-13-2004, 11:06 PM   #26
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I know, maybe it would much easier if I didn't try to figure this turn thing out looking at the engine upside down. Since a full turn, i.e. 90 degrees per my earlier reasoning seems to be a full turn but the other direction when I turn the enigne around a look at it from the opposite direction, it is like what I do upside down is inverted when I flip the engine back over. BTW, "turns" in gerneral can only apply to rotary carbs, right? When I try to turn the carb on my slide carb equipped motor, the only thing that happens is that the little thingy that the throttle linkage attaches to breaks off the carb, I have had to shoo-goo it back twice already. Now it seems the thingy is back in place, but the entire venturi is full with shoo-goo, so I am now trying to fill the entire engine with serpent cleaning clay(stuffing it in from the exhaust port) I figured, if I can just fill the entire engine with clay, eventually it will find it's way back out through the carb venturi and push the shoo-goo out. Of course by then, the engine will be full of serpent clay, has anyone figured out a good way to remove serpent clay from the transferports of a NS3 ? I could really use some help with this.

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Old 01-13-2004, 11:09 PM   #27
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Never mind, I figured it out myself, I just took some thick CA and loaded it in my paintbrush. You just shhot it in through the glowplug hole and it dissolves almost all the clay in the engine.
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OK, I think I am almost back on track, except I have two new problems, can someone tell me how to get CA out of a paintbrush? Also, if anyone can tell me what is wrong with my NS3, I'd really apprecaite it. I just put a new glowplug in and everything, but the darn thing simply refuses to turn over. It is brand new never started, is it normal that the engines are this tight?
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Sorry for all the above, getting bored here, too late for me... The truth is that 1 turn is 360 degrees and nothing else...
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Fredrik! You bad boy there! Now you made me laugh so much that I risk missing the school today
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