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Old 01-28-2009, 09:45 PM   #16
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Have you run it yet? How does it compare to TZ Spec II?
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very good photo job...
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Have you run it yet? How does it compare to TZ Spec II?
not yet, according to the crankcase, it should be faster .
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not yet, according to the crankcase, it should be faster .
Keep us posted then...
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Keep us posted then...
yes, but i wish i can have more time on R/C.
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FF25510 - how would you compare this to the Novarossi 353 and Max engines? The price seems attractive enough ...

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FF25510 - how would you compare this to the Novarossi 353 and Max engines? The price seems attractive enough ...

my XZ still not running in.

the OS was not as fast as the NR and MAX but the parts price/maintenance price was way cheaper. and also good run time.
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Where we can buy at chepeer price????
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Where we can buy at chepeer price????
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sorry, i mean the price between the brands, not LHS.

btw, the LHS that i pick up engine didn't sale overseas. or you can search the others Hong Kong RC online shop.
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That baby looks sweet as HELL!
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That baby looks sweet as HELL!

i recently got mine!!!i broke in the engine on saturday...the engine looks to have better rpm all arround , from bottom to high end.I didn't push its limits as it was just broken in and worked fine and stable at 82c temperature.The engine should screram like hell if worked arround 100-110c temperature.Moreover after the brake in i should take off one 0.10 head shim to increase compression as i run 16%fuel and it comes factory set for 30%!!!!

During the brake in it never flame out , not even the slightest problem and trouble.I suppose the Japanese people have made one of the best engines arround and value for money.I'll have more specs on next saturday!!!

fuel consumption seems to have been improved as well , as i had more than 7 min run with one tank.that will sure be dicreased when the engine would be 100% ready for racing after about half to one litre of fuel run!!!!

Just one word discribing the engine : AMAZING!!!!

THE XZ VERSUS THE SPEC 2 seems to win at all categories:

fuel consumption
all arround rpm
stabiliness

although the specs are published as same as the spec 2 , the xz has absolutely more bottom and top end..especially the top!!!!!!!!
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i recently got mine!!!i broke in the engine on saturday...the engine looks to have better rpm all arround , from bottom to high end.I didn't push its limits as it was just broken in and worked fine and stable at 82c temperature.The engine should screram like hell if worked arround 100-110c temperature.Moreover after the brake in i should take off one 0.10 head shim to increase compression as i run 16%fuel and it comes factory set for 30%!!!!

During the brake in it never flame out , not even the slightest problem and trouble.I suppose the Japanese people have made one of the best engines arround and value for money.I'll have more specs on next saturday!!!

fuel consumption seems to have been improved as well , as i had more than 7 min run with one tank.that will sure be dicreased when the engine would be 100% ready for racing after about half to one litre of fuel run!!!!

Just one word discribing the engine : AMAZING!!!!

THE XZ VERSUS THE SPEC 2 seems to win at all categories:

fuel consumption
all arround rpm
stabiliness

although the specs are published as same as the spec 2 , the xz has absolutely more bottom and top end..especially the top!!!!!!!!
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i recently got mine!!!i broke in the engine on saturday...the engine looks to have better rpm all arround , from bottom to high end.I didn't push its limits as it was just broken in and worked fine and stable at 82c temperature.The engine should screram like hell if worked arround 100-110c temperature.Moreover after the brake in i should take off one 0.10 head shim to increase compression as i run 16%fuel and it comes factory set for 30%!!!!

During the brake in it never flame out , not even the slightest problem and trouble.I suppose the Japanese people have made one of the best engines arround and value for money.I'll have more specs on next saturday!!!

fuel consumption seems to have been improved as well , as i had more than 7 min run with one tank.that will sure be dicreased when the engine would be 100% ready for racing after about half to one litre of fuel run!!!!

Just one word discribing the engine : AMAZING!!!!

THE XZ VERSUS THE SPEC 2 seems to win at all categories:

fuel consumption
all arround rpm
stabiliness

although the specs are published as same as the spec 2 , the xz has absolutely more bottom and top end..especially the top!!!!!!!!
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what pipe did you use and did you try #RP7 plug ?
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what pipe did you use and did you try #RP7 plug ?
due to the fact that the osT-1040 pipe is not (i think) efra legal , i used the nova 2630 with 6 fins manifold and it worked fine...by the way i have not yet used the RP7 glowplug...i'll try it on saturday
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due to the fact that the osT-1040 pipe is not (i think) efra legal , i used the nova 2630 with 6 fins manifold and it worked fine...by the way i have not yet used the RP7 glowplug...i'll try it on saturday
Nickiforosn plz get rid of this toy!!! Respect yourself and model world and put that toy in your closet and forget it there!!lol!!!! Im waiting for ELME cup to have fun!!
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