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Old 12-12-2005, 10:49 PM   #2146
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GPP Model Racing (South American distributor for STS Racing) wishes to congratulate their drivers for an oustanding season, in which after a 10 race season managed to obtain the firts four places of the Peruvian National Championship for 200mm Touring Class.

1.- Mario Peschiera Mugen STS D3R
2.- Leonidas Ponce TM G4 STS D3R
3.- Gabriel Perez TM G4 STS DX12
4.- Alfonso Florez Mugen STS DX12

กก CONGRATULATIONS MARIO...WAY TO GO !!

กก THANKS DINO FOR YOUR SUPPORT !!

กก STS POWER TO THE PEOPLE !!


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Old 12-14-2005, 12:54 AM   #2147
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congrats GPP Model Racing drivers. another trophies for STS!
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Old 12-23-2005, 10:13 PM   #2148
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Merry Christmas
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Old 12-23-2005, 10:29 PM   #2149
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And A Happy New Year Guys!
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Old 12-24-2005, 12:32 PM   #2150
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Merry Christmas and a Happy Nitro New Year to all STS users

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any one here tried the D21T ?
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Old 01-13-2006, 12:27 PM   #2152
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I have a d12x 5+2 on the way and was wondering if the recommended breakin for that engine is the same as the d5r.. I couldnt find a manual to download for this particular engine.
the reason I'm asking is because it seems like I read somewhere in this thread that the materials used were a little softer..
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I have a d12x 5+2 on the way and was wondering if the recommended breakin for that engine is the same as the d5r.. I couldnt find a manual to download for this particular engine.
the reason I'm asking is because it seems like I read somewhere in this thread that the materials used were a little softer..
try this 21/28 manual

other than this...just follow the normal STS break-in style.
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Old 01-13-2006, 07:24 PM   #2154
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Dino:

Please check if you receive the 28 that i sent last week from Puerto Rico.

Is the one that PK told you before Xmas.
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Old 01-14-2006, 09:55 AM   #2155
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I have a d12x 5+2 on the way and was wondering if the recommended breakin for that engine is the same as the d5r.. I couldnt find a manual to download for this particular engine.
the reason I'm asking is because it seems like I read somewhere in this thread that the materials used were a little softer..
Just follow the manual. It is the safest way.
Please remember some important keys;
1) Don't let it overheat during break-in(Not lean it too much the first gallon)...
2) Break-in at working temp....
3) Don't keeping at max rpm more than 1 sec when break-in...
4) Don't break-in engine at racing track especially there are many cars running on the track.....it is dangerous
5) Use hot plug,it is good for rich setting

All STS engines are shimmed for break-in process,after break-in you can remove some shims for better performance...

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Please check if you receive the 28 that i sent last week from Puerto Rico.

Is the one that PK told you before Xmas.
Not yet. I will keep in mind...
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Dino,


STS does not have in mind producing some .18 engine for the Production Monster Class ? ... i've been racing with STS (AFM) for a year, and now im entering the monster class and would like to see an STS on my Tamiya TNX PRO ... (im thinking buying a truggy in some point of 2006, and it will have a .28 STS powerplant).

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STS does not have in mind producing some .18 engine for the Production Monster Class ? ... i've been racing with STS (AFM) for a year, and now im entering the monster class and would like to see an STS on my Tamiya TNX PRO ... (im thinking buying a truggy in some point of 2006, and it will have a .28 STS powerplant).

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Dear Tabushi,

Thanks for your support, first.
Sorry we don't have the plan to produce .18. The .18 is a over-sized .12 engine but still using the same bearing;parts...A standard .21 is more lasting than a .18. Also the .21 has more power than .18. So I would suggest you to consider a big block engine conversion kit and choice .21 directly.

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Dear Tabushi,

Thanks for your support, first.
Sorry we don't have the plan to produce .18. The .18 is a over-sized .12 engine but still using the same bearing;parts...A standard .21 is more lasting than a .18. Also the .21 has more power than .18. So I would suggest you to consider a big block engine conversion kit and choice .21 directly.

Regards,
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Thanks Dino, ... but im looking for an engine that maintains me on the "Production Monster Class" and that is not over .18 engine ...
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Old 01-16-2006, 03:03 PM   #2160
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Hi all,

I'll join this club with my brand new STS D3 EFRA engine.
I installed him on my Ofna CD3 with an RB1751 muffler .

I started him yesterday an it looks an sounds pretty good.
I polished my crankshaft and my backplate

Here some pictures:

Here my polished crankshaft





I go driving this year club races here in Holland and i hope i'll get good results
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