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Old 06-12-2005, 03:00 PM   #16
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but you have to pay the price, and these small block DOES WEAR FASTER , way faster the big block engine....talk about 1-1.5 gallon of fuel, you are ready for the whole engine internal replacement compare to easy 2 gallon for BB 15.

what kind of mud are you using for fuel??????????
Try Gammalube, that will save you several engines a year.
come on, my engine isn't even broken in after 1 gallon, and yours is worn????

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Old 08-27-2007, 08:32 AM   #18
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Fusion motorsports (Jim Hottinger) is the importer for all Novarossi engines in the US at this time.
I was running the bb RB15 but in the US parts for that engine are rare. Hell, the engine is now rare in the US. Wait for the small block mounts to be available and put in a high quality 15. I have to find a spacer for the manifold and the block due to the compact size of sb engine. 235mm was designed for the bb but the sb motor powers these things very well!
Oh yea, I just got my sb mounts. That is why I'm keeping my 835.
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YUP!!!

Fusion motorsports (Jim Hottinger) is the importer for all Novarossi engines in the US at this time.
I was running the bb RB15 but in the US parts for that engine are rare. Hell, the engine is now rare in the US. Wait for the small block mounts to be available and put in a high quality 15. I have to find a spacer for the manifold and the block due to the compact size of sb engine. 235mm was designed for the bb but the sb motor powers these things very well!
Oh yea, I just got my sb mounts. That is why I'm keeping my 835.
rb usa has moved to the us this year i know they are carrying a lot more than use to be carried if i get a change i will see if they have any in stock and if you want. i ll let you know
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