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Old 11-12-2012, 07:38 PM   #31
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I've ran about 2 gallons through my Tuned Cinco. The pinch is very tight throughout breakin and I've found it necessary to preheat to about 200* for the first couple gallons. I'm getting about 12 minute run times on a medium sized outdoor track (B&B Hobbies) using a Werks 2058 pipe and Maxy's Fuel 30%. This engine easily makes enough power for buggy or truggy.
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Old 11-12-2012, 07:46 PM   #32
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I've ran about 2 gallons through my Tuned Cinco. The pinch is very tight throughout breakin and I've found it necessary to preheat to about 200* for the first couple gallons. I'm getting about 12 minute run times on a medium sized outdoor track (B&B Hobbies) using a Werks 2058 pipe and Maxy's Fuel 30%. This engine easily makes enough power for buggy or truggy.
Nice eric im still working on getting mine.
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Old 11-12-2012, 09:21 PM   #33
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Congrats Gene... I've been hearing great things about this engine. Do you run the Mod version or Stock?
Gene Used Stock Version.
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Old 11-13-2012, 05:08 AM   #34
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can i use the 97t odonnell .

and thanks for the fast answer .
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Perfect for truggy. I TQd and won at the force series with it. 12 min of run time. 2096 pipe with short double bend manifold. Gobs of bottom end power.
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Old 11-14-2012, 12:17 AM   #36
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So the crank and the ceramic rear bearing are the only difference? Any pics of the crank out there yet? Just curious.
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So the crank and the ceramic rear bearing are the only difference? Any pics of the crank out there yet? Just curious.
That and I belive it is modified by maxy as well.
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[QUOTE=q8hobbyman;11438015]can i use the 97t odonnell .

Yes and much better and cosisten with novarossi C6TGC
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So the crank and the ceramic rear bearing are the only difference? Any pics of the crank out there yet? Just curious.
Crank and sleeve have both been touched. the mod version is well worth the additional $$.
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So the crank and the ceramic rear bearing are the only difference? Any pics of the crank out there yet? Just curious.
Both are good. The ceramic rear bearing is worth the extra money in the long run though.
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Is VPPROUSA going to carry spare parts for the Maxy? Such as piston & sleeves.
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I sent out payment for a Cinco BT yesterday. Only has a gallon through it so it will be ready to drop in and run. Not the ceramic tuned version but I think that it will be more than enough engine for me at this point in time.
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Is VPPROUSA going to carry spare parts for the Maxy? Such as piston & sleeves.
Yes, we can order any Novarossi and Maxy parts. The P/S is th same price as the 4BTT one.
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Black Friday Sale - Free shipping to the lower 48 States on Maxy's Engines now through Monday!

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Maxy's Cinco BT 1st and 2nd at the 2nd Annual Black Friday Friday Race, TQ Joey Powell and 2nd Bobby Moore. At Pit Supercross Track in south carolina.
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