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Old 04-11-2007, 12:44 AM   #31
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i to question EB Mods. here is the stock crank an EB Crank and a True modded Crank. EB also claims to fully balance all of this engines. Im not saying EB Mods or any modder sucks everyone mods different and their mods are for diff purposes.




The modder whos on the front page of the Ofna website does good work. thats who mods my engines.


Also BK whats up? you ever get anymore dyno time on that Picco .28 i sent ya?
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Old 04-11-2007, 09:10 AM   #32
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hey german muscle thats just what my home made engine mods look like

but yea if thats EB mods right there, I can do it at home
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Old 04-11-2007, 10:32 AM   #33
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By the way, in EB's defense, He is pretty serious about his craft and he recently added an Xdyno to his line of equipment. I expect very good things from him in the near future.

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Mxwrench as eb quoted this cannot be done over night!
Each engine that comes from EBMods is fully mapped out. The process of which everything is measured, mic'ed, and cc'ed. These numbers are then compared to the original R&D engine specs, to make sure that no running production changes were made at the factory. If a simple timing change is made at the factory then these calculations now need to be readjusted on the engine blueprint, and noted. This insures the highest quality control. What we do at EBMods can't be done over night.

I guess this is where he balances the crank, I guess he did touch the crank.

He is correct this cannot be done overnight he made 100.00 in ten min..

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Get hold of Rick Brake at RB Mods. I have been running his motors for the past two years with no problems at all. His mods make the motor run cooler and much improved run time. Rick mods the crank and the sleeve on all of his motors. I you currently have a motor that you want to get modded, give him a call and talk with him. Great service and fast turn around. Here is a link to his site: http://rbmods.net/
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Get hold of Rick Brake at RB Mods. I have been running his motors for the past two years with no problems at all. His mods make the motor run cooler and much improved run time. Rick mods the crank and the sleeve on all of his motors. I you currently have a motor that you want to get modded, give him a call and talk with him. Great service and fast turn around. Here is a link to his site: http://rbmods.net/
Agree I ran some of his engines 2 years ago, they ran cooler and very nice work..
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Old 04-11-2007, 11:16 AM   #36
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a lot has been said over the last few years about motor mods
what i have found to be true most of the time is the stock motors for the most part are very good. When people start to change the duration and
timeing of a motor it will use more fuel and become harder to tune.
yes it can make more power in some cases but not always, there are a
few people that understand what these mods do, simply just grinding away
to look like work has been done will be a hit and miss in terms of gains
any time the crank is dremeled or machined to open the intake it will
alter the timeing and duration and the balance, same with the sleave
as far as i know only muran and jp check balance. for most people
a pipe and header and getting clutch and gearing right for the track that they are at will give them the best gains
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a lot has been said over the last few years about motor mods
what i have found to be true most of the time is the stock motors for the most part are very good. When people start to change the duration and
timeing of a motor it will use more fuel and become harder to tune.
yes it can make more power in some cases but not always, there are a
few people that understand what these mods do, simply just grinding away
to look like work has been done will be a hit and miss in terms of gains
any time the crank is dremeled or machined to open the intake it will
alter the timeing and duration and the balance, same with the sleave
as far as i know only muran and jp check balance. for most people
a pipe and header and getting clutch and gearing right for the track that they are at will give them the best gains
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Hey BK. Whatzup man?
Hey, I finaly put together my 450 SE and tuned as you suggested-flyes like eagle.
I got G3.5 sim, but I have feeling all birds there are sort of too twichy, do you know how to make them more realistic? Also for some reason my 7 CHP doesn't have all functions when I connected to InterLink-man need help ASAP!!! Please.
Do you have any 450 files for that sim?
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