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Old 09-24-2007, 12:59 PM
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Originally Posted by Sandra
Meron who did 64 yesterday?

I wonder who? Mr. CWhit/Mr. Horsepower
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Old 09-24-2007, 01:43 PM
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Originally Posted by Jamie Corrado

I wonder who? Mr. CWhit/Mr. Horsepower

HOLY JEEEEEZUSSS did he have horsepower!
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Old 10-02-2007, 06:30 PM
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Default PICCO MURNAN MOD TWICE ON PODIUM IN NYS CHAMP

Hey Uriah:

I just took 3rd in the A Main in the 1/8th scale ROAR/ New York State Championship. Thanks for a great the new Picco .21 Motor. I used Maxy 25%....Max was there and he asked me to run it. Worked fine. Cleans out well and crispy crackling good. the motor was flying....Jamie Corrado took TQ and 1st in Sedan with the Murnan PICCO Red Dot he used in MD. I am very pleased with the Picco. Nice Job! .....Paulie Bee

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What is the factory stock setting of ninja mr21-ro1 low end needle and top main needle?
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Originally Posted by NitroHead
HOLY JEEEEEZUSSS did he have horsepower!
I had the radar gun during the mains. That number is not a joke
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Old 10-04-2007, 11:43 PM
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If you want crazy horsepower MM's is the way to go.
Great power, consistancy and reliability out of Uriah's hand modded motors.
The attention to detail is apparent when you open it up...

*FAST, CONSISTANT AND ONCE THEY PRODUCE PEAK POWER? YOU CAN COUNT ON IT DOING SO RELIABLY THROUGHOUT THE LIFE OF THE MOTOR*

Keep doin' it Bubba, they're a blast to drive...
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Old 10-08-2007, 01:15 PM
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Uriah,


Just wanted to drop by here and say thanks for the support and looking forward to using your power at the nationals and all the upcoming major events .... Thanks again.. The best power in the business..


Mike Blackstock

Proud Team Murnan modifieds member....
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Old 10-10-2007, 03:52 AM
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I'm wondering if anyone has been using the Murnan Mod JLR Red Dot?
And how does it perform compared to the stock JLR, other stock motors and mod motors for that matter?
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Originally Posted by itchy b
I'm wondering if anyone has been using the Murnan Mod JLR Red Dot?
And how does it perform compared to the stock JLR, other stock motors and mod motors for that matter?
I'm currently running one and it's ballistic. Idles all day and holds a tune really well. I bought a stock one so I could compare the two not done with the break in but so far the stock one is really good also. The bottom feels about the same but I haven't opened it up just yet. You will not regret getting a Murnan Red Dot trust.
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Old 10-10-2007, 05:02 AM
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Sounds great!
I am waiting for the mail man to deliver my stocker and the MM JLR too!
Just thought that i'd get a little feed back before they arrive and get run in!
How's the runtime on it QS?
Anyone been running one for a while?
Any problems to look out for?
BTW i justt noticed the MM JLR in your signature!D'oh
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Old 10-22-2007, 02:56 PM
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Just tested a new JL Red dot Murnan Modified I have to say the motor and work is precise ran flawlessly all weekend long highly recommend this motor. I was able to set TQ at our second Forgass State Series race in Kissimmee. Due to rain we were unable th run our mains Uriah also has the Idm 2607 pipes that work great with these motors www.murnanModified.com.. Thanks Uriah for all the help with motor and in the pits..you the Man..
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Old 10-22-2007, 04:40 PM
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I just started breakin in a Murnan Plus 12-SCT and I just have to say wow... This by far has been the easiest engine to break-in so far. I used a heat gun to pre-heat the engine, then started the engine using airplane fuel 10% nitro with lots of oil content. I heat cycled the engine (run a tank on idle, then shutdown for atleast 15 minutes). The engine started up very easily and did not flame out at any point. I'll finish break-in once I get to Kissimmee this weekend.
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Old 10-22-2007, 11:27 PM
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was wondering if anyone has ordered from murnan mod's wesite, and how up to date it was? looking for a sirio 2611 pipe and header and they have them listed.
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Old 10-23-2007, 01:11 AM
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Originally Posted by grabs39
was wondering if anyone has ordered from murnan mod's wesite, and how up to date it was? looking for a sirio 2611 pipe and header and they have them listed.
He has RB pipes with efra # 2611 they are the same as the siro 2611 pipe just different brand..I saw Uriah this weekend and he has them in stock just contact him via email if not listed on the site

Hope this helps.
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Originally Posted by robert maestrey
Just tested a new JL Red dot Murnan Modified I have to say the motor and work is precise ran flawlessly all weekend long highly recommend this motor. I was able to set TQ at our second Forgass State Series race in Kissimmee. Due to rain we were unable th run our mains Uriah also has the Idm 2607 pipes that work great with these motors www.murnanModified.com.. Thanks Uriah for all the help with motor and in the pits..you the Man..
I got my Murnan JLR and the standard one and a mate and i opened them up to compare the internals
What a work of art the crank in the MMod is!
Makes me so happy i could just
Beautiful work you do Uriah, and from the looks, this little baby is going to ROCK!! WooHoo!!
BTW Robert, you mentioned that this motor & work is precise + ran flawlessly but How much Grunt did it pump out??? Thats what the fans want to know!!!

Come on Rob, Spill the Beans!
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