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Old 09-11-2012, 01:04 PM
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I like to break in all my motors on my own... for convience it would be good idea to get pre run version

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Old 09-13-2012, 02:35 AM
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Thumbs up Glow plugs for keep on .12?

What's a good plug to run with the keep on .12
I guess the std one is ok but is anyone using others?

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Old 09-13-2012, 04:30 AM
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Originally Posted by shanwright
What's a good plug to run with the keep on .12
I guess the std one is ok but is anyone using others?

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Old 09-13-2012, 06:05 AM
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Is anyone using any non novarossi plugs?

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Old 09-14-2012, 01:48 AM
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Originally Posted by shanwright
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Is anyone using any non novarossi plugs?

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O'Donnell plug fix perfect with nova engine,cheap and reliable
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Hey guys thought I would drop in for some advice. I run off road but I recently had a custom 9 port Nova offroad engine made for me. The P/S are a Keep On .21 and I am looking for a pipe option. The goal is pure speed.

I have tried many Nova offroad pipe/manifold combos and so far the 9886/41001 combo is the best.

What about a 2052 or 2015 on the 41001 manifold?
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Old 10-01-2012, 05:09 PM
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Anyone know if the "mini" gas cooler on Mark Greens car below a Novarossi accessory? It is not listed anywhere on their website.

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Originally Posted by shanwright
What's a good plug to run with the keep on .12
I guess the std one is ok but is anyone using others?

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Stick with the nova plug
I can't think why would someone suggest putting in a cheap plug on a high quality expensive engine especially when it is the heart of the car
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Originally Posted by GMartinez
Stick with the nova plug
I can't think why would someone suggest putting in a cheap plug on a high quality expensive engine especially when it is the heart of the car
I agree totally! The new nova plus are showing run time easily equal to the LM. Breakin on the bench, track run in and another test and tune day on the original plug. That's two gallons of fuel thru a .21 Keep On...hualin @$$. Next plug went thru two fuel bottles, four quallies, a twenty min and a twenty five min mains.
I'm sold.
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Originally Posted by MugenDrew
I agree totally! The new nova plus are showing run time easily equal to the LM. Breakin on the bench, track run in and another test and tune day on the original plug. That's two gallons of fuel thru a .21 Keep On...hualin @$$. Next plug went thru two fuel bottles, four quallies, a twenty min and a twenty five min mains.
I'm sold.
Thanx for the feed back guys.
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Originally Posted by Michael_T
Anyone know if the "mini" gas cooler on Mark Greens car below a Novarossi accessory? It is not listed anywhere on their website.

http://teamserpent.com/wp-content/up...nserpent-3.jpg
I think he just had modified one to a shorter version.
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we have used o'donnell plugs they were cheap and the white dose not fall out and wreck your engine but i is a personal thing we got heaps when they were about $4.oz each and they are hard to get now can run for a lot of race events
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Did anyone experience a slight power loss in the mid range of the Keepon 21 after switching from Nova to O'donnell plugs?
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Originally Posted by greg.dawn
we have used o'donnell plugs they were cheap and the white dose not fall out and wreck your engine but i is a personal thing we got heaps when they were about $4.oz each and they are hard to get now can run for a lot of race events
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what o'donnell plugs did you use???
77 or 97??
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Originally Posted by greg.dawn
we have used o'donnell plugs they were cheap and the white dose not fall out and wreck your engine but i is a personal thing we got heaps when they were about $4.oz each and they are hard to get now can run for a lot of race events
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you cant get any cheapper than FREE :P

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what o'donnell plugs did you use???
77 or 97??
Greg was using 99 beacuse the price is right
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