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Old 08-14-2017, 01:35 PM
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Can anyone tell me what this adjustment is for ? I believe this is my 1st engine with this and also what would be a good start point to set this ?


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They call it a mid range needle but basically it is just another LSN. Starting point is flat with the body and leave it

The LSN in the slide can be adjusted leaving the nozzle on the same position, if you turn this one it will act as a LSN but the nozzle will also be re-positioned in the airflow.
So if you screw the slide needle out and this one the same distance in you did not change the LSN setting but did a re-positioning the nozzle that can give a different feeling in the engine.
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Originally Posted by Roelof
They call it a mid range needle but basically it is just another LSN. Starting point is flat with the body and leave it

The LSN in the slide can be adjusted leaving the nozzle on the same position, if you turn this one it will act as a LSN but the nozzle will also be re-positioned in the airflow.
So if you screw the slide needle out and this one the same distance in you did not change the LSN setting but did a re-positioning the nozzle that can give a different feeling in the engine.
Understood, again thanks Roelof your the man.
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Originally Posted by BigC2007
Can anyone tell me what this adjustment is for ? I believe this is my 1st engine with this and also what would be a good start point to set this ?

That's the one I spoke about in my previous post. As R says, flat is the starting point and should only be adjusted by very experienced tuners. It makes a difference in low to mid speed transition.

The adjustment window is very small and you could screw up a tune if you don't know what's going on as you adjust.
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I was looking through an old box of rc stuff and I found a JP Racing 2620 pipe, is it compatible with any of the current .12?
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Originally Posted by nitrodude
I was looking through an old box of rc stuff and I found a JP Racing 2620 pipe, is it compatible with any of the current .12?
Sure it'll be compatible with the current .12's just try it and see how it feels.
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What is the difference between a Novarossi Mito "C" Engine and just a Mito engine ?

Please forgive me but knowledge is limited when it comes to nitro engines.
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Mito C is basically the old Flash. No weird bearing and no xtra long stroke. There is a Mito 35WC which has some differen features And there is a Mito 7 and 9 that has the extra long stroke, weird main bearing and offset carb.
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Does anyone know what other brands are comparable to a Nova Glow Plug C8TGH?
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Originally Posted by rip67vdub
Does anyone know what other brands are comparable to a Nova Glow Plug C8TGH?
OS RP7 or RP8
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Originally Posted by dan_vector
OS RP7 or RP8
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Originally Posted by Roelof
Mito C is basically the old Flash. No weird bearing and no xtra long stroke. There is a Mito 35WC which has some differen features And there is a Mito 7 and 9 that has the extra long stroke, weird main bearing and offset carb.
The wc35 sleeve is also different. It's cut shorter at the bottom from what I was told and confirmed upon inspection.
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Originally Posted by dan_vector
OS RP7 or RP8
You can use our plugs GS7 or GS8 (they are made by OS, same as RP7 & RP8)
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Anyone have back to back comparisons with mito .12 and new wc version?
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