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Old 02-22-2017, 09:35 PM   #3796
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Big thanks to Murnan for my new motor! The motor still only has a quarter gallon of fuel through it so not much tuning or gearing. I'll be tuning and adding more gear as i continue the quest to 120+mph!

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Old 07-28-2017, 08:56 AM   #3797
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Hi Master Murnan, whats the best rpm for clutch engagement?
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Which Hipex pipe is compatible with the O.S. T1201?
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I am looking at getting one of Murnan modified novarossi 2017 wc35 and i was wonering if some one can tell me what is the difference between a Murnan modified motor and a stock motor, by that i mean were are the gains and were will i see the difference.
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I am looking at getting one of Murnan modified novarossi 2017 wc35 and i was wonering if some one can tell me what is the difference between a Murnan modified motor and a stock motor, by that i mean were are the gains and were will i see the difference.
Murnan enhances the original powerband that the WC has which is virtually across the whole rpm range..I have had Picco and OS based engines from him as well and they all shared this virtue. The torque on the picco made stupendous, midrange of the OS ( this was the R2102 )enhanced but the best of the lot for me eas the WC. It had a lot of useable power across multuplied many times compared to stock..easily one of the most if not most powerful onroad engines out there today..
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Murnan enhances the original powerband that the WC has which is virtually across the whole rpm range..I have had Picco and OS based engines from him as well and they all shared this virtue. The torque on the picco made stupendous, midrange of the OS ( this was the R2102 )enhanced but the best of the lot for me eas the WC. It had a lot of useable power across multuplied many times compared to stock..easily one of the most if not most powerful onroad engines out there today..
The Novarossi Mito 35WC 2017?
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I am looking at getting one of Murnan modified novarossi 2017 wc35 and i was wonering if some one can tell me what is the difference between a Murnan modified motor and a stock motor, by that i mean were are the gains and were will i see the difference.
You might not see anything, dunno if you can get a hold of him. I tried getting a hold of him for a motor and never got a response. I just bought off the shelf motors and modded them myself.
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The Novarossi Mito 35WC 2017?
Yeah that's the one... I did swap out the R17 rod for a stronger rod for durability but otherwise the motor ran like a champ and I never had to run anywhere 220 deg . Believe me.. It's ridiculously fast!!
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You might not see anything, dunno if you can get a hold of him. I tried getting a hold of him for a motor and never got a response. I just bought off the shelf motors and modded them myself.
That's weird, I have been in contact with him for over a year now and just got another response for 3 more engines I will be sending off to him. He doesn't write much but does more talking in his motor work than anything else that I'm sure of! I have 8 of his engines 3 more on its way!
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Hi Master Murnan, whats the best rpm for clutch engagement?
A centax clutch should engage between 16-22k rpm.
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Which Hipex pipe is compatible with the O.S. T1201?
The Hipex 2669 Evo 2 works well with the T1202.
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I am looking at getting one of Murnan modified novarossi 2017 wc35 and i was wonering if some one can tell me what is the difference between a Murnan modified motor and a stock motor, by that i mean were are the gains and were will i see the difference.
You will see the power increase mostly in the midrange, and top end on my Mito 35WC. I think the stock engine has good bottom end, so I focus mostly on the mid to top end power on the engine. The bottom end is also more aggressive than stock, but still controllable.
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That's weird, I have been in contact with him for over a year now and just got another response for 3 more engines I will be sending off to him. He doesn't write much but does more talking in his motor work than anything else that I'm sure of! I have 8 of his engines 3 more on its way!
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Yeah that's the one... I did swap out the R17 rod for a stronger rod for durability but otherwise the motor ran like a champ and I never had to run anywhere 220 deg . Believe me.. It's ridiculously fast!!
Glad you like it. The mod Mito 35WC is definitely a monster.
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Murnan what would you say is the best non os pipe for your R2102.
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