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Old 05-05-2007, 05:24 AM   #1111
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today try wasp with os cab really faster,but why fuel also fast finish,what happen,i using rb 5mm pipes,anyone help me pls thank
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Old 05-05-2007, 11:24 AM   #1112
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today try wasp with os cab really faster,but why fuel also fast finish,what happen,i using rb 5mm pipes,anyone help me pls thank
Are you getting alot of smoke on take off is so you are running alittle fat, I am making alittle over 5.55 mimn of ru time..
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Are you getting alot of smoke on take off is so you are running alittle fat, I am making alittle over 5.55 mimn of ru time..
no really,my wasf temp is around 110-120,no overheat,i thought wasp is very save fuel,today will try it again,MRX4-R03 how many mint u finish u fuel
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no really,my wasf temp is around 110-120,no overheat,i thought wasp is very save fuel,today will try it again,MRX4-R03 how many mint u finish u fuel
110-120F I hink is too cold for the engine, but I rarley tune by temp I tune by the way the engine performs and when you think your right in then temp it to just get a piece of mine but I know guys and my self always running at 240-250f the wasp can run hot.. but if you are not not making 5 min your too rich...
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110-120F I hink is too cold for the engine, but I rarley tune by temp I tune by the way the engine performs and when you think your right in then temp it to just get a piece of mine but I know guys and my self always running at 240-250f the wasp can run hot.. but if you are not not making 5 min your too rich...
is no 110-120F is 110-120C,u mean wasp can run hot then other engine? i afarid boken my engine
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Any one know where i can get these parts online.

ORI81357 CNC Combustion chamber
ORI81358 Big Carb inlet
ORI81359 CNC back plate
ORI88550 Double fuel inlet

ORI88008 ABI In-Line Pipe+Manifold (Hi-Speed)
ORI88009 ABI In-Line Pipe+Manifold (Hi-Torque)

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Old 05-06-2007, 04:59 AM   #1117
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Any one know where i can get these parts online.

ORI81357 CNC Combustion chamber
ORI81358 Big Carb inlet
ORI81359 CNC back plate
ORI88550 Double fuel inlet

ORI88008 ABI In-Line Pipe+Manifold (Hi-Speed)
ORI88009 ABI In-Line Pipe+Manifold (Hi-Torque)

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i also want it where to buy
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Old 05-06-2007, 10:31 AM   #1118
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Old 05-07-2007, 12:20 AM   #1119
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Hey NANO this is what was on redrc.net at the bottom: is this true of where they are made:
http://rctech.net/forum/showpost.php...9&postcount=18
But anyways where can I get one of these engines!
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Old 05-07-2007, 12:40 AM   #1120
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What are the new carb settings with these parts?? Thanks!

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Old 05-07-2007, 01:14 AM   #1121
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As appealing as this engine is its just not practical for me to get as the local distributor doesnt carry any parts or accessories for them just engines.
At teh nats i saw a few of the CRF's running but guys have changed to Nova carbs.Defeats the purpose doesnt it ???
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Old 05-07-2007, 01:35 AM   #1122
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Hey NANO this is what was on redrc.net at the bottom: is this true of where they are made:
http://rctech.net/forum/showpost.php...9&postcount=18
But anyways where can I get one of these engines!
I think that this person does not understand CRF's technology.
Yes this engine is manufactured by Toki but a lot of the technology is very new and very advanced. The engine was designed by CRF Switzerland.
Toki is company with a vast experience in design, manufacturing and quality control. I can tell you that it's not just any manufacturer that would be able to manufacture the CRF engines in numbers and still meet the CRF technology specific requirements and a Japanese company such as Toki has proven it's ability to do this.

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What are the new carb settings with these parts?? Thanks!

ORI81357 CNC Combustion chamber
ORI81358 Big Carb inlet
ORI81359 CNC back plate
ORI88550 Double fuel inlet
Hi Rainer,

Basic carb settings are the same. Obviously when you install these parts it's always a safe/good thing to open up the HSN and close it later if necessary.

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Hi Rainer,

Basic carb settings are the same. Obviously when you install these parts it's always a safe/good thing to open up the HSN and close it later if necessary.

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Thanks. I just wanted to make sure that I don't have to do anything radically different with the new big carb inlet (measurements) or the double inlet (HSN/LSN/idle settings).
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Hi Nano,

Can you please answer my post from 1116. Can i purchase direct from Orion ?

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