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Old 06-05-2007, 01:42 AM   #76
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Thanks guys. I have the 2052.
You will be plessantly surprised......
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Old 06-05-2007, 06:38 AM   #77
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Anybody going to 301 Capitol classic that is interested in buying this motor can ask me, I'll have one for sale
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Thanks for hooking me up this weekend at Crystal Park Raceway. The engine woke up and the car runs on rails. Now thats what I call customer support!!!!

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What are the optimal needle settings for the P9!!
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Old 06-12-2007, 09:43 AM   #80
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What are the optimal needle settings for the P9!!
You turn the needles until it is tuned correctly! There is no such thing as optimal settings, if you are referring to counting turns. If you even know how many turns out your needles are, you don't know anything about engine tuning. Differences in fuel, plugs, atmospheric density, temperature, humidity, etc. will require far different needle positions to arrive at the same state of tune.
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Old 06-18-2007, 08:12 AM   #81
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This engine is the truth. Has anyone had any success with it?
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I've only practiced with mine. It is the real deal! I'm just getting into scale and its plenty of motor to get in trouble with. I'm more than happy with this mill.
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This engine is the truth. Has anyone had any success with it?
This engine have been winning races against the more expensive mill, everywear.
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hi anyone can help me with my question?
i'm running this engine, is the low end needle suppose to be very far out?? i had mine tuned to the screw out from card about 1.5mm, but engine is running ok.. am i running too rich ???
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hi anyone can help me with my question?
i'm running this engine, is the low end needle suppose to be very far out?? i had mine tuned to the screw out from card about 1.5mm, but engine is running ok.. am i running too rich ???
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Is there a performance difference with the Picco pipe over the Nova 2052?
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what header and pipe do you guys recomend for this engine to run on a big track?....(301 raceway)
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