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Old 12-21-2003, 12:21 AM   #46
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I Like The Sony products after i fried 2 Asus Motherboards i stay away from there products.....
i will use Sony M/B if they make one !
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Old 12-21-2003, 12:57 AM   #47
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Default Which to choose?

Dino... told it yesterday (or was only few hours ago... ). Still prefeer the DVD burner... doesn't matter if is BENQ, ACER or other... a DVD burner is sweet (forget those nasty Zip disks and other sh***y stuff), you may carry a DVD-RW, specially those lately videos from manti and others on the track.

BTW: For motherboards, better to go with Gigabyte... ASUS was a warranty of Quality many many years ago (we're talking of their P55T2P4 models... now are for the pimps). But better to go to Tom's hardware page... (http://www.tomshardware.com). But for doing some tasks... nothing better than a beast like this Is the ultimate P4 toaster... looks cool and performs best, specially the dual processor units.
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Old 12-21-2003, 04:12 AM   #48
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ok.. I will reply you later. need to buy a DVD-ROM now.

it's really trouble me...which I should buy.....
1)ASUS DVD-ROM(16x)? -- about $30USD
2)SONY DVD-ROM(16x) plus CD-RW(48xR/24xRW)?? -- about $58.5USD
3)BENQ DVD-RW(8xDVDR+4xDVDRW) on sale??? -- about $117.5USD
???????????????????
Go SONY for pure speed and reliability.
And now would u please help me to answer my dilemma above
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Old 12-21-2003, 04:21 AM   #49
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im still waiting for answer...therefore i cannot start to run-in my new STS P/S & conrod.....3 more days to race

im newbie & alone

thanks for attention...i know someone is looking at this thread but just can't reply
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Old 12-21-2003, 04:46 AM   #50
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im still waiting for answer...therefore i cannot start to run-in my new STS P/S & conrod.....3 more days to race

im newbie & alone

thanks for attention...i know someone is looking at this thread but just can't reply
Found this thread on other forums with an answer from Dino regarding needle adjustment for break-in. Expect will be of your interest and valuable.

http://www.teamcrc.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=594
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i know someone is looking at this thread but just can't reply
WHO??
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im curious too...maybe that guy been hold on the chair, tied hand but let to watch the monitor j/k no harm done.

i tried the Corse-R link.
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im curious too...maybe that guy been hold on the chair, tied hand but let to watch the monitor j/k no harm done.

i tried the Corse-R link.


I will go to wash hot spring now.It's really damn cold here...

Try this first:
Mid Range needle - Flush with the housing.
Low Speed needle - 4 Turns out.
High Speed needle - 5 Turns out.(maybe a bit too rich...)
remember HOT plug is good for rich setting

How many outdoor temp. in Malaysia now?
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How many outdoor temp. in Malaysia now?
I don't think Jfc_tech here anymore after you gave the settings Well it's about 25~30deg C
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I don't think Jfc_tech here anymore after you gave the settings Well it's about 25~30deg C
Dose the rainy season pass?
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I have a STS RS3 in a NTC3 and it hauls but it keeps pushing the little wire up into the glow plug.It doesn't matter which brand plug I use it still does it.I'm also running MH 20 %.Help me someone...


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Default Dino,

I got a question for you.

What advantage does it have to open the induction port on an engine at 26 degrees instead of the usual 32-35 degrees.

I just measured an engine where the whole induction cycle happens approx. 10 degrees earlier than on NR based engines.

Does this shift the powerband in a certain direction?

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Raining Cats&dogs for the past weeks....
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I have a STS RS3 in a NTC3 and it hauls but it keeps pushing the little wire up into the glow plug.It doesn't matter which brand plug I use it still does it.I'm also running MH 20 %.Help me someone...


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It could be for a number of reasons.

Try a colder plug.. thicker wire.
Or your compression may be to hight for the ammount of nitro you are using. Try adding a 0.1mm head shim.
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