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Old 06-30-2013, 01:21 PM
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I have close to 6 gallons on my non-tuned and its been a beast in my a8t.
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Old 06-30-2013, 04:14 PM
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Originally Posted by caprezmikeb View Post
I have close to 6 gallons on my non-tuned and its been a beast in my a8t.
What pipe are you running and what are your pit times?
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I'm running 2060 os. As far as pit times I don't have a number. I pit between 8-10 min just for safety so I've never pushed to see how long it can go. I feel run time varies from person to person, track to track.
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Old 06-30-2013, 05:17 PM
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Originally Posted by JasSaunders View Post
Probably about a gallon
At one gallon it's likely still braking in. It may go rich on you when everything is finally seated in. Don't confuse this for loosing power.
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What are the best temp area for the maxys?
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Originally Posted by JasSaunders View Post
What are the best temp area for the maxys?
There are way too many variables for any answer to that question to be meaningful. Never tune to a temperature goal. Tune for the best performance.
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Originally Posted by TheBackmarker View Post
There are way too many variables for any answer to that question to be meaningful. Never tune to a temperature goal. Tune for the best performance.
Thanks,I always try to was just curious.
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what do you mean by lost life, no compression? At a gallon something went wrong if it lost compression.

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Yeah, con rods break, front bearings fail, air leaks develop, glow plugs go south, and tunes change sometimes dramatically. But you don't lose compression at one gallon unless your engine ingested dirt. Have you run it without an air filter?
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Yes indeed, this engine is amazing! You can start it rotating the wrong way, and it still holds an idle!
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The new Maxy's Siete is now in stock at VP-Pro USA!

It is also available with ceramic rear bearing and also in a tuned version.
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Originally Posted by VPProUSA View Post
The new Maxy's Siete is now in stock at VP-Pro USA!

It is also available with ceramic rear bearing and also in a tuned version.
Awesome!!!!
I cant wait to try one.
I just ordered the cinco Tuned and after running the cinco bt I cant wait to run this tuned but am very excited to see the new 7 port siete in action.
I guess I know what my next engine will be

I look forward to hearing how the power delivery on this Siete is. Just going off what the specs tell it looks like it will rev to the moon. I have never run a 7 port engine and I know old school says 3 port bottom and 7 port top end but I know there is alot more to this stuff today, and I am very interested in doing some testing on this new unit SOON I hope.
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Maxy,

My new Cinco BT is amazing! Easily one of the most powerful engines at the track this past weekend. Super smooth and easy to tune. Ran a 7mm restrictor and a 2058 pipe on it and it had tons of bottom end. Switched over to the Novarossi 2096 and I could really pull the trigger harder coming out of the corners without the fear of the rear stepping out on me but still had more than enough power for the triple. Back-sided it every time. That's going to be my new slick track combo, gets more runtime too.

I saw that the Seite 7-port engine is available online at www.vpprousa.com. Any idea when the ceramic bearing version will be hitting the shelves?
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Originally Posted by dmartin View Post
Maxy,

My new Cinco BT is amazing! Easily one of the most powerful engines at the track this past weekend. Super smooth and easy to tune. Ran a 7mm restrictor and a 2058 pipe on it and it had tons of bottom end. Switched over to the Novarossi 2096 and I could really pull the trigger harder coming out of the corners without the fear of the rear stepping out on me but still had more than enough power for the triple. Back-sided it every time. That's going to be my new slick track combo, gets more runtime too.

I saw that the Seite 7-port engine is available online at www.vpprousa.com. Any idea when the ceramic bearing version will be hitting the shelves?
Monday.
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Good news, thanks!
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