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Old 10-16-2008, 10:41 AM
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Old 10-21-2008, 03:24 AM
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Below some pics from our 3,5cc prototype that got 2nd place on last regional championship.

It's the pre production model but it run already outstanding performance.

Picture show some P&L details.

Any comments are wellcome.

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Attached Thumbnails Capricorn CL-12E engine-testa_3_5_cl9.jpg   Capricorn CL-12E engine-scarico_3_5.jpg   Capricorn CL-12E engine-travasi_con_by_pass.jpg  
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Old 10-21-2008, 03:30 AM
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9 transfer ports ?

The engine seems to do some time more to be runned in, this is seen by the wide blanco surface at the upper side of the piston.
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Old 10-21-2008, 05:04 AM
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Originally Posted by CapricornRC View Post
Below some pics from our 3,5cc prototype that got 2nd place on last regional championship.

It's the pre production model but it run already outstanding performance.

Picture show some P&L details.

Any comments are wellcome.

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When is the .12 engine going to be available on your site?

They are already runnig it in the US and you don't sell it yet??????
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Old 10-21-2008, 09:17 AM
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Originally Posted by CapricornRC View Post
Below some pics from our 3,5cc prototype that got 2nd place on last regional championship.

It's the pre production model but it run already outstanding performance.

Picture show some P&L details.

Any comments are wellcome.

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Nice, could you show pictures of the crankshaft and the inside of sleeve

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Old 10-21-2008, 09:30 AM
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Is this motor to be used in open classes with no limits on transfer ports? I don't see how this engine would comply with ROAR or IFMAR 3port intake +1 exhaust port engine standards.
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Is this motor to be used in open classes with no limits on transfer ports? I don't see how this engine would comply with ROAR or IFMAR 3port intake +1 exhaust port engine standards.
It is a 3.5cc engine, thats a .21
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Originally Posted by stefan View Post
When is the .12 engine going to be available on your site?

They are already runnig it in the US and you don't sell it yet??????

CL12-ET are already ready to be sold to our USA imported Murnan Modified Web site.
From next week they will come in the retail boxes with instruction manual.
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Originally Posted by CapricornRC View Post
CL12-ET are already ready to be sold to our USA imported Murnan Modified Web site.
From next week they will come in the retail boxes with instruction manual.
You misunderstood.

I know that the engine is already being sold in th USA, BUT when are you going to sell it in Europe?

It's not on your website yet
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Originally Posted by stefan View Post
You misunderstood.

I know that the engine is already being sold in th USA, BUT when are you going to sell it in Europe?

It's not on your website yet
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Will be ready for Europe selling from novemebr.
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Old 10-27-2008, 07:44 AM
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Below are some shots (sorry for not excellent quality) to the Modified 3,5cc (.21) crankshaft and AAC lineer.

It's under testing while u read this post.
Will report the results as soon as possible.

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Interesting....
The 2 holes under the exhaust port kan not work as intake but I presume they are for lubrication and cooling ?
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Originally Posted by CapricornRC View Post
Below are some shots (sorry for not excellent quality) to the Modified 3,5cc (.21) crankshaft and AAC lineer.

It's under testing while u read this post.
Will report the results as soon as possible.

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Very nice , specially the crankshaft.
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Originally Posted by stefan View Post
When is the .12 engine going to be available on your site?

They are already runnig it in the US and you don't sell it yet??????

Capricorn .12 Engines line is ready and available on our website.

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Old 10-29-2008, 08:31 AM
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On the website, the internal pictures of the normal and tuned .12 are similar, what is the diff really between the two?
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