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Old 08-08-2002, 07:52 AM   #16
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If it does than I will buy one and do what ever I have to, to the block.
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Old 08-08-2002, 07:55 AM   #17
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that has gotta put up some blistering speeds less weight and more power
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Old 08-08-2002, 08:20 AM   #18
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You have to shave around the crank bearing to get the fly wheel to go over it.
i had to shim the flywheel on my os tr12 also so i dont see that as a big deal. but if that thing says 2hp on the trinity site and the pixy black on the trinity site says 1.8hp and on the rossi site it says 1.49 then the siro out law thould have a real world rating of around 1.65hp. and that still seems a little bloated for box stock mass produced motor but casting proceses have come a long was since the cx12 was first produced it just might be that close. but for now my tr12 is a bit much and the only engine that runs with it is a rtu and that is too close to call. Next year i might try a siro out but i will wate and see what come out this winter. i think that os will have another wild child on the way
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OS next engine is the 12TR Outlaw with the Turbo head and Crankshaft.
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OS next engine is the 12TR Outlaw with the Turbo head and Crankshaft.
that is a limited engine they wanted to gauge the market and the real engine will have some more changes to the rotor timing also
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If those engines are really that great; don't you think Team Trinity would be racing them by now? Joel used a Picco at nats and Josh was using a JP I think.
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I don't know, they are fairly new so information might be sketchy I guess
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Just don wear out one of those pixy motors....i work for a large hobbystore chain and MY cost(not retail) for a piston and sleeve is $107
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If those engines are really that great; don't you think Team Trinity would be racing them by now? Joel used a Picco at nats and Josh was using a JP I think.
josh is also sponsored by jp so he has to run that special mod motor but next time i will as him if he has got a siro form trinity yet to try
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Trinity Tech talk has some posts on this. Someone says they have seen the Rossi run.
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Old 08-16-2002, 02:32 PM   #26
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so has anyone here ran a sirio, if so how do they rank
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Old 08-16-2002, 09:11 PM   #27
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$107(cost) for a P/S? Yikes!! Just like the Trinity/Picco engine parts. I think you all know who's to blame.........................


TRINITY!!!!!!
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a pull start costs that much, from where
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No, " P/S" stands for Piston/Sleeve , not pull start.
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sorry in my line of work p/s means pull start
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