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Old 11-16-2007, 01:30 PM   #1
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Default NovaRossi N21B 2000 vs 2001BF performance?

Posted this in wrong forum earlier I guess. Other than the obvious physical differences is there any performance differences between the two? torque/ rpm/dependability, etc?
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I just bought the novarossi N21B 2001BF for my CEN matrix Buggy...heard this mill was one of the best for the price...$189-$199....but if you want a awsome engine that will move a truggy , don`t rule out the .21. Alot of people will say move to a .28...but check this out!...it`s a modified N21B 2001BF for under $300...http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...oducts_id/9529 heard this motor is too fast for a buggy...should be just awsome for a truggy...with the Novarossi name too!...now that put`s blue smoke in my pipe !!!....lol....Love this engine...this thing will idle all day...and smoke alot of O.S `s I have seen.. gonna buy one for a different buggy that cought my eye...just remember to heat cycle...none of that idle break-in crap...you`ll ruin the engine for sure...WOT for 2-3 min then cool completely....do for about 10 times...not too rich that it 4 cycles...you want this engine to heat up over 200 F but under 230 F...then tune and run hard....you`ll thank me !...later dude
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I just bought the novarossi N21B 2001BF for my CEN matrix Buggy...heard this mill was one of the best for the price...$189-$199....but if you want a awsome engine that will move a truggy , don`t rule out the .21. Alot of people will say move to a .28...but check this out!...it`s a modified N21B 2001BF for under $300...http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...oducts_id/9529 heard this motor is too fast for a buggy...should be just awsome for a truggy...with the Novarossi name too!...now that put`s blue smoke in my pipe !!!....lol....Love this engine...this thing will idle all day...and smoke alot of O.S `s I have seen.. gonna buy one for a different buggy that cought my eye...just remember to heat cycle...none of that idle break-in crap...you`ll ruin the engine for sure...WOT for 2-3 min then cool completely....do for about 10 times...not too rich that it 4 cycles...you want this engine to heat up over 200 F but under 230 F...then tune and run hard....you`ll thank me !...later dude
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if the N21B 2001 is the same as the old regular N21B like i think it is then i can give you side by side comparisons as i have both. I know the engine parts are the same except im not sure if the bearings, and timings are the same though.
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I just bought the novarossi N21B 2001BF for my CEN matrix Buggy...heard this mill was one of the best for the price...$189-$199....but if you want a awsome engine that will move a truggy , don`t rule out the .21. Alot of people will say move to a .28...but check this out!...it`s a modified N21B 2001BF for under $300...http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...oducts_id/9529 heard this motor is too fast for a buggy...should be just awsome for a truggy...with the Novarossi name too!...now that put`s blue smoke in my pipe !!!....lol....Love this engine...this thing will idle all day...and smoke alot of O.S `s I have seen.. gonna buy one for a different buggy that cought my eye...just remember to heat cycle...none of that idle break-in crap...you`ll ruin the engine for sure...WOT for 2-3 min then cool completely....do for about 10 times...not too rich that it 4 cycles...you want this engine to heat up over 200 F but under 230 F...then tune and run hard....you`ll thank me !...later dude
I have a N21B 2000 but I can't find the factory carburetor needle settings (3 needles). Can anyone help? Can I use the same settings as the 2001BF? What are they? Also, what does WOT stand for? Thanks,
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I have a N21B 2000 but I can't find the factory carburetor needle settings (3 needles). Can anyone help? Can I use the same settings as the 2001BF? What are they? Also, what does WOT stand for? Thanks,
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the needle settings are the same as the 2001. WOT means wide open throttle.
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