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Old 10-24-2008, 01:14 PM
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Uriah some friends told me the 12-3 is discontinued?
TRUE/FALSE?
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Uriah some friends told me the 12-3 is discontinued?
TRUE/FALSE?
no i dont think it is considering its the most popular .12 out
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Old 10-27-2008, 10:13 AM
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Way lighter than stock & very strong
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Old 10-28-2008, 08:45 AM
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Murnan Novarossi .12 SCT

Best engine i have ever had raced at 3 major title events now. Still quick as ever. Matched pace with Team Factory Novarossi 353's. On its 5th rod now.

Will be buying another 1 very soon when this 1 finally lets go. If it goes.

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Old 11-05-2008, 06:11 PM
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Time for a new mmm. which one guys 12-3 or 353? URIAH?
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Old 11-05-2008, 06:17 PM
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12-3 are great super quick engines

But i have seen 353 murnan mods go very quick as well

Tuff choice i would go with the 353 as its the new model engine and should be quicker.
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Originally Posted by wizby View Post
Time for a new mmm. which one guys 12-3 or 353? URIAH?
the 12-3 is very fast and will last longer than the 353
the 353 is slighly faster but wont last as long as the 12-3
ive had the 12-3 for the last 9 months i change the conrod every gallon and its is the fastest .12 at our track and the most reliable engine ive had and still has pinch
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I will try the k-factory pads, I didn't know they had any for the NT1. I have the exceed disk which works really well but my stock pads are severely worn and I tried the Kyosho pads but they don't fit.
benefit on using the Capricorn monolithe disk versus others is it's way lighter so less rotating mass is a plua in the drive train
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Old 11-06-2008, 04:36 AM
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I am going for the 21-3. Do you know what % they are shimmed for?
I like 30%. Buying a MMM is a no brainer my last one was absolutly balistic and lasted three seasons.
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Old 11-08-2008, 05:57 PM
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Got my MMM 12-3 today. Inside is a work of art. A master piece in metal.
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Got my MMM 12-3 today. Inside is a work of art. A master piece in metal.
youwill be very happy
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Uriah Thanks for the great pit work I had it locked oh well next time
Congrat's also for Making top 3 @ the State race
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Hello,

I see you offer engine break-in service along with your modified motors. Can you let me know your breakin process, like what plugs, what fuel, and #of runs? I would like to get one but want to better understand first.

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Hello,

I see you offer engine break-in service along with your modified motors. Can you let me know your breakin process, like what plugs, what fuel, and #of runs? I would like to get one but want to better understand first.

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http://murnanmodified.com/breakin.php
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