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Old 07-10-2007, 09:50 AM
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The best Pipe for the Sirio Evo and Nova Rossi engine will be the Skyline VR 12 Plus. it will give you good power and good runtime as well.
Ok. Roughly how much does it cost? what about the Team Magic pipes? Hear anything about it?
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Old 07-10-2007, 12:20 PM
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I need some timing data from a pair of Nova engines, let's see if someone has them (or at least one of those two) and could make me the favor of degreeing them. Need the timing data of a Nova P5X and the timing of a Plus 21-7 (all two are off-road engines).

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I am trying to find a suitable replacement p/s set for my RS12S1X
The novarossi page says the replacement part # is 08604
I found an 08601 and a 08614 .
Will these fit ok? I am thinking that any .12 non-turbo set would be ok, but the porting may be different?? Can anyone confirm this?
The 08614 is from the-border.com, the picture is of a 5 port but the description and part number are for 3p. Their seems to be no way of contacting them through email as their 'contact us' link doesnt work, and I dont want to call them because of long distance. There is also a language barrier, I live in Canada. The site is in the Netherlands.

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Old 07-10-2007, 11:21 PM
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Originally Posted by gearhead13 View Post
I am trying to find a suitable replacement p/s set for my RS12S1X
The novarossi page says the replacement part # is 08604
I found an 08601 and a 08614 .
Will these fit ok? I am thinking that any .12 non-turbo set would be ok, but the porting may be different?? Can anyone confirm this?
The 08614 is from the-border.com, the picture is of a 5 port but the description and part number are for 3p. Their seems to be no way of contacting them through email as their 'contact us' link doesnt work, and I dont want to call them because of long distance. There is also a language barrier, I live in Canada. The site is in the Netherlands.
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you can contact [email protected] for more info.
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Old 07-12-2007, 02:48 AM
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Hey johnny i think the problem is not the ceramics but the high speed needle orings. Could it be that the needle is richening its self because the orings r damaged?
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Hey johnny i think the problem is not the ceramics but the high speed needle orings. Could it be that the needle is richening its self because the orings r damaged?
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I already tried changing orings and other
leaks from the fuel line. I still got the same problem. But when I changed
the bearings from ceramic to steel, the tune became consistent.
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Originally Posted by Johny View Post
Thanks.
I already tried changing orings and other
leaks from the fuel line. I still got the same problem. But when I changed
the bearings from ceramic to steel, the tune became consistent.
yes
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Did you encounter the same problem before?
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mabee the bearing is stuffed?
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Originally Posted by Johny View Post
Thanks.
I already tried changing orings and other
leaks from the fuel line. I still got the same problem. But when I changed
the bearings from ceramic to steel, the tune became consistent.
The bearing (much probably the front) was bad. Have ceramic bearings on many different engines ( .12's, .21... Sirios, Novarossi/JP, Ninja) and all work really well no problems with the tunning at all.

Check that front bearing has the front shield ok, is correctly seated and you do not have airleaks on the engine.
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could someone help me out, im looking for the stock needle settings for the old Novarossi MT12 engines

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Originally Posted by asw7576 View Post
.12 engines + 30% + 7Tf : 0.3 + 0.1 ( risky ); 0.3 + 0.2 ( safe ); 0.3 + 0.3 ( very safe )

.21 engines + 30% + 7Tf : 0.3 + 0.1 ( quite safe ); 0.3 + 0.2 ( safe ); 0.3 + 0.3 ( very safe ).

0.3 is original shim ( silver ).

Pick your cards .........

I prefer very safe rather than getting a melting coil situation.,,,,,,,, sucks man !!!
i'm running 20% with 6tf should i add to total 0.5

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does anyone know what piston and sleeve I can use on the ns12p(practice motor from the 353 package)the parts breakdown show part #08604 for sleeve and piston but I cant find this part anywere.
Also whats the verdict on the 353 I am getting ready to break it in and am wondering how it performs
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does anyone know what piston and sleeve I can use on the ns12p(practice motor from the 353 package)the parts breakdown show part #08604 for sleeve and piston but I cant find this part anywere.
Also whats the verdict on the 353 I am getting ready to break it in and am wondering how it performs

Regarding the p/s for the practice engine. I would contact fusion motorsports as to what will interchange with that. That part number is not a current part number in the May 2007 novarossi catalog. I bet you will be able to use the 08606 or 08608. The 08606 is for the NS12S3. The 08608 is for the NSR12S3 (microcast). Those two part numbers are still current.
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Ok thanks I will give them a call
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