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Old 03-24-2004, 11:58 AM   #481
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oh yeah thats fine, I understand. Just whenever you have the egniens apart I would appreciate if you could just take some snape shots of the internals...

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Old 03-25-2004, 10:19 AM   #482
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where are the cheapest places to get parts for my sts d3?
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Old 03-25-2004, 10:55 AM   #483
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go to the team crc website they import those motors and carry them in stock click on this link!!!!
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Old 03-25-2004, 01:09 PM   #484
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Team CRC didn't have any when I called earlier this week. I ended up calling Geoff out at ProjectZen, and he was quite helpful. My D3 should be here within the next day or two.

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Old 03-25-2004, 08:37 PM   #485
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hey all I was wondering how does the STS D3 compare to a Novarossi MT12? I have an novarossi MT12 and I may be purchasing a STS D3, I just dont want to in a sense buy the same engine again. If that makes sense. The reason I say this isn't the D3 a long stroke engine also?

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it is a long stroke
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Old 03-25-2004, 08:48 PM   #487
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check this out guys...any comment really appreciated.
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Old 03-25-2004, 08:52 PM   #488
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another shot...
i never realized this had happened. It ran three tanks yesterday to the finsihed. idling ok. Until i decided back home to open and check inside.
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ok here the piston sleeve. pretty ugly. i ran at 5turn out HSN, 3 1/2 LSN, using Nova #6 turbo plug with Tornado 25%. The engine been in the box for a long time(i used Nova max previosuly) and i decided to run it again for play at our short technical track. it only ran like 6 to 7 tanks...no problem
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how long have you had that engine for? man thats bad news, how is everything else since the crank broke? was the engine running while it broke?

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how long have you had that engine for? man thats bad news, how is everything else since the crank broke? was the engine running while it broke?

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the engine like coming 2 years...but new piston sleeve. the engine was not running when it broke. as i said, idling ok, ran 3 tanks yesterday. back home, decided to open backplate to see whether everything's ok...bombbbb...that picture!!
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the engine like coming 2 years...but new piston sleeve. the engine was not running when it broke. as i said, idling ok, ran 3 tanks yesterday. back home, decided to open backplate to see whether everything's ok...bombbbb...that picture!!
Dear JFC,

During those two years have you ever change the crank and rod?
The play between crankpin and bushing should under 0.05mm. When the play is bigger than 0.1mm,that is very dangerous.

As for Tornado fuel,you may need to add 2% castor to get more lubricant.

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anyone know how byrons 20% is in comparrison to JAC's 20%? I run Byrons 20% but many here in FLa are running JAC's......

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