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Old 01-18-2005, 02:41 AM   #31
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LOL oh ok

yep ill take a pic for you later on as im at work

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Old 01-18-2005, 02:54 AM   #32
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Hey Thanks mate..

In the meantime check out this site.. might interest you for your parts...... since you are in australia. the shipping might be cheaper from HK...

http://rc-mushroom.com/index.php?cPath=169

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Old 01-18-2005, 03:08 AM   #33
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Thanks but i get everything email ordered

The best price and is garanteed cheaper than online shops

I get everything from him, Got my RRR for $330. Tell him i sent you and you will be looked after

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Old 01-18-2005, 03:18 AM   #34
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Another great modified engine is the Novamax 12S3/S5

Great motors and also look very nice aswell, not a bad price either
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Old 01-18-2005, 05:17 AM   #35
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Murnan mod only way to go. I have murnan sirio and it will not
quit pulling on the top end. Insane power and it is a year old!!
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Old 01-18-2005, 05:21 AM   #36
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Another great modified engine is the Novamax 12S3/S5

Great motors and also look very nice aswell, not a bad price either
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Old 01-18-2005, 04:19 PM   #37
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Hi guys....

Just heard from murnan mods.. they have the engine but he does not accept cr. cards... and no way i can send him the money then... since i am in the UAE.....

So i might have to settle for something else..
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Old 01-18-2005, 04:35 PM   #38
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Hi guys....

Just heard from murnan mods.. they have the engine but he does not accept cr. cards... and no way i can send him the money then... since i am in the UAE.....

So i might have to settle for something else..
If you where planning on getting a Murnan Modified Sirio Evo II
I would recommend you to get the Sirio by Collari (LCM12 PRO 3I) from www.werksracing.com
I race with Sirio engines, have a Standard EvoII, have an IFMAR Modified EVOII, and have a Collari Sirio, and a friend of mine has a Sirio Murnan EVOII. My Collari is simply ballistic and much faster than all of them. Trust me you won't regret it, ther is even a 5 port version if you race outlaw.

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I currently have a JP modded Mugen X12, a stock X12, a stock Nova NSR 12S3, a Rody modded RB v12 and a Top TSR12S3 Hot mod. All these engines are quite fast. The hot mod is definitely the best. Idles easily, runs hard, good bottom end and top. It is just better. The others are fast... even the stock engines are fast, but the hot mod is my best. I have not tried a murnan. That may be the next I try.
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uaerc : (....... sorry, out of topic )

Just a tip: if the shops don't accept your credit card, you can telegraphic transfer to the shop. Fax your order list and ask the shop to reply with total amount to transfer including shipping cost. Don't forget to ask shop's bank detail. After you have done the transfer, fax the bank receipt and order list back to the shop. Ask for confirmation and delivery date.

Credit card payments are actually more expensive way to pay. Additional 3%, $15 Bank to Bank charges, and ridiculous currency exchange. Make sure the shop is bonafide shop when you do internaional order. It means physically exist and has people to run the business.

Don't buy from shop who doesn't reply your e-mail or fax....... it means lot's of trouble. Just a hint: Shop that do business with large number of international customers should be able to give you Bank Swift Code ( bank identification number for incoming funds from overseas ). If the shop could not produce the code, it means be careful.
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Old 01-19-2005, 08:58 AM   #41
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uaerc : (....... sorry, out of topic )

Just a tip: if the shops don't accept your credit card, you can telegraphic transfer to the shop. Fax your order list and ask the shop to reply with total amount to transfer including shipping cost. Don't forget to ask shop's bank detail. After you have done the transfer, fax the bank receipt and order list back to the shop. Ask for confirmation and delivery date.

Credit card payments are actually more expensive way to pay. Additional 3%, $15 Bank to Bank charges, and ridiculous currency exchange. Make sure the shop is bonafide shop when you do internaional order. It means physically exist and has people to run the business.

Don't buy from shop who doesn't reply your e-mail or fax....... it means lot's of trouble. Just a hint: Shop that do business with large number of international customers should be able to give you Bank Swift Code ( bank identification number for incoming funds from overseas ). If the shop could not produce the code, it means be careful.
Thats good advice thanks.. i am ready to do that too TT's are not a problem for me since i work for a bank....... do you think Murnan mods will be able to do this... coz i have a shipping add in the US. and if they give me the accuonts... i could just transfer..
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give rbmods a try. you won't be disappointed. they will support you and you can always call them when you have questions. they have an outstanding customer service.
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give rbmods a try. you won't be disappointed. they will support you and you can always call them when you have questions. they have an outstanding customer service.
Ok sounds goood just had a look at the .12 V12 5 Port (SG Crank) the only engine that kinds suits me there.. this is in the pre modded list.... but they dont have any tech info on it... would you know anything on thsi engine.....

hp
rpm etc??

infact in all my research i never have seen a RB engine with the tech info..... anywhere. not even there own website. i wonder why.

Also, the WS 7II is for 390$which looks quite reasonable.. one of the dealers in kuwait was asking 492$ for it stock !!!

how much does this engine usually retial for ? the .12 is 335$.
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mod alone is around $90. so if you figure the mod plus the cost of the engine, you will save money buying the premodded ones.

as far as tech sheet, i am not aware of one. just like you said, even rb themselves don't have it. but anyways, to me those are just numbers. i personally like to see motors on the track and running. even some motors claim they have 1.6 hp but most of them are bs anyways.

the 12 retails for about $260 stock. when you get a premodded engine, open it up and look at the quality of the work. you will be surprised as to how the motor looks after the mod. but it doesn't end there. the speed when you run it is just amazing. fuel economy is not hurt either. and it's still legal.

you will also find on the bottom of the website a little explanation of what is done and also some breakin procedures info and stuff like that. and also, the phone number of rick brake (the engine guru) is there so you can call him if you have any questions.
www.rbmods.net
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......... to me those are just numbers. i personally like to see motors on the track and running. even some motors claim they have 1.6 hp but most of them are bs anyways.................

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The Lamberto Collari Motorsport line of engines.

These are true tested numbers...no BS here.........and mine at the track beats the hell out of many Nova based engines moded or un-moded.

The new LC12Pro3 I IFMAR spec engine which conform to the new ROAR rules comes with the modified sleeve with tear drops on the transfers (like JP or NovaMax). You get about 90% of the performance of a hand mod motor at a significantly reduced price. The engine features AAC construction in addition to the new low CG cooling head design.

This engine was dyno tested in the January issue of RC Nitro Magazine. This 3 port ROAR legal engine was according to them The most powerful .12 engine that they have ever tested including 5port Novarossi's!

Just to give you some specs on the LC12Pro3 I courtesy of RC Nitro Magazine

Peak Torque 58 oz-in
Peak Torque at 19,600 RPM
Peak HP 1.6
Peak HP at 33,700 RPM
Max RPM 41,000
This is with 20% nitro fuel!
The pipe used was a 2 piece Novarossi 51602 with 1/2" gap between the manifold and pipe.


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