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Old 07-11-2007, 06:37 AM   #196
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WHo Has Go TECH 5 Port in a BUGGY..

What pipes do you USE ?
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Old 07-11-2007, 08:46 AM   #197
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Hi BG Mock I have a 5 port with a recently added turbo head, I bought the motor with no carb and have fitted my old nova p5x carb to it with a 7.5mm restrictor. I also run a my old trusty 6886 pipe, seems to give the Go a nice smooth feel and not so ball tearing! I run an LRP 6 plug and the thing goes like you wouldnt belive!! With this set up I can make 10 min finals in my LSP-R, that is with the stock 125ml tank. I am not running it lean either temps are normally around 130C. Hope this helps!!!
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Back on topic please.

Mark you mentioned the new carbs will have a new LSN design. can we buy the new LSN seperate?

by the way i also used a OS turbo 3 plug in my go tech last LRRCC meet as rocket said. yeah it's true, it does idle better with it.
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WHo Has Go TECH 5 Port in a BUGGY..

What pipes do you USE ?
I have a 5 port and have been using an Ofna 053 pipe. I have tried a PCR 2027 but like the 053 a lot better.

One of these days i will get a 086 (6886) and try it out to since thats supposed to be a better pipe on the 5 port.
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WHo Has Go TECH 5 Port in a BUGGY..

What pipes do you USE ?
HN 2047
HN 2062
LRP 2025
LRP 2063
Nova 086

there is a Dyno read out with a few different pipes on it .. its back a few pages ..

hey Mocky when you doing the drags again ?
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Back on topic please.

Mark you mentioned the new carbs will have a new LSN design. can we buy the new LSN seperate?

by the way i also used a OS turbo 3 plug in my go tech last LRRCC meet as rocket said. yeah it's true, it does idle better with it.

Hey Tom


Hey Tom i cheked with go tech and yes the new part will be avalable to up grade and it will fit the existing carb

Hotter plugs generally help with idle , the OS 3 is pretty hot .
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I would like to make a comment regarding break in of these engines. Most people now days seem to prefer the heat cycle method and it has proven to a very easy and reliable way to break in any engine. As far as the go engines go I reccomend using this version of break in with some slight alterations. First its very important before you turn over any engine to drop some oil into the combustion chamber so that the engine is well lubricated from the first bump, I also think its very important to heat the engine up to 200f before trying to bump it. This puts minimal load on all the moving parts and makes it easy to turn over. These engines are very tight so its important to not over rev the engine too soon. I think it would be good practice to add an extra tank to the first step of the proccess and a extra tank to the last step before trying to force the engine to rev hard. Always be sure to set the engine at BDC immediately after the engine is shut off and try to never let the engine run out of fuel on the track. you will not likely have full performance out of a Go engine until after the first 1 to 1.5 gallons so taking these extra steps during break in can really help ease the engine into a good long life.
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Old 07-12-2007, 02:37 AM   #206
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OH Yes Mark, you ask the right question......When the track dries out enough for my new car to release itself.

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Wheels UP

9 seconds here we come

Another RECORD for ME Soon.....First 9 sec turbo E Series Falcon.....
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woah.. e series falcon? which falcon...

the one that looks like a chevy corsica or the one that looks like the taurus

what block? 4.0?
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Old 07-12-2007, 11:46 AM   #208
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Russel, thanks for your notes about break in, I will be sure to follow them.
I also noticed you posted that on sgrid.
Of the 3 models of JP pipes, which one woud you reccomend for the 5 port? Primarily running on tight tracks, but with a 140' straight.
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Out of the JP pipes I would say JP-2 I think that works very good on the 5port in buggy, but it will hold the engine back compared to the 086. The JP-2 will give you good performance and you should still have a very quick car with that setup. If the infield is very tight and your running truggy I would say JP-1, a race is never won on the straightaway.
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If I am going more for torque in the truggy, is the 007 any good?
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