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Old 10-13-2005, 11:00 AM   #1996
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here we decided to open some balancing "secrets" from our design.
I woudn't sugest to try the same cuts on other brands due to the hydro seal on cranck ( there is not too much space left before open that seal), but if it is done-real difference can be seen on top RPM. I hope it will help someone to improve performance of their motors.
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I thought you said won't disclose until later!!!
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Too late, I got the Dremel out already
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Too late, I got the Dremel out already
I did some testing on our palmaris crank and took few grams off.
Get other pictures from Edward and try it out.

now the secret is out...
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Congratulation to Chris Steele and Darin Tibb with their Champion title and second place on Irish Nationals last weekend. Both of them were using Palmaris Racing BRB piston/liner/conrod sets on their engines. Excelent work done!!!!!
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the PR2 should make it even more easy next nationals
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Congratulation to Marc Cruz with his 2nd qualifier on Paris Memorial race in Las Vegas. He is using OFNA CD3 car powered by Palmaris PROFI PR12 motor with Skyline pipe. Second race with this motor (first club race at revelation-TQ and won) and second great result. Only Jefrey Lin and Marc Cruz (both are OFNA factory drivers) were able to make 15 laps. On top of it Marc won concourse!!!!
That motor is our plain stock motor, it doesn't have turbo scoop or filled rump. As I know Marc was running temp between 220-250 F whole weekend and he put already close to 3 gallons trough it.
Excelent work Marc!!!!!
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Congrats Marc! That's a great result.
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Congratulation to Marc Cruz with his 2nd qualifier on Paris Memorial race in Las Vegas. He is using OFNA CD3 car powered by Palmaris PROFI PR12 motor with Skyline pipe. Second race with this motor (first club race at revelation-TQ and won) and second great result. Only Jefrey Lin and Marc Cruz (both are OFNA factory drivers) were able to make 15 laps. On top of it Marc won concourse!!!!
That motor is our plain stock motor, it doesn't have turbo scoop or filled rump. As I know Marc was running temp between 220-250 F whole weekend and he put already close to 3 gallons trough it.
Excelent work Marc!!!!!
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WHAT CAN I SAY, MOTOR WAS GREAT. THE TEMP STARTED TO DROP AS I PUT MORE FUEL THROUGH IT. EVEN WITH VEGAS ELEVATION, 40MIN. OF NON STOP DRIVING THE TEMP STAYED BETWEEN 200-220. I REALLY SUGGEST OTHER RACERS TRY IT. THANKS EDWARD (PALMARIS RACING)
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Congratulations Marc!!!!!!
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Congratulations Edward fo your great motor, nice to see good results on it, keep it up
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Another great result for a quality product. But we're going to have to keep a little quieter about the benefits of Ed's gear - He sold out in 4 hours with the last shipment! Glad I got mine Can't wait to run it!
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WHAT CAN I SAY, MOTOR WAS GREAT. THE TEMP STARTED TO DROP AS I PUT MORE FUEL THROUGH IT. EVEN WITH VEGAS ELEVATION, 40MIN. OF NON STOP DRIVING THE TEMP STAYED BETWEEN 200-220. I REALLY SUGGEST OTHER RACERS TRY IT. THANKS EDWARD (PALMARIS RACING)
Hey Marc.
Good motor without good driver worth nothing!!! Thanks a lot to you for your great driving and tunning skils!!!!!!!!!!
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great driving Marc Peter
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Guys, just heard from Edward PR12 is been Dyno tested as well as Bi metal.


The result.. I wait til Edward post it

It's going to hurt
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Guys, just heard from Edward PR12 is been Dyno tested as well as Bi metal.


The result.. I wait til Edward post it

It's going to hurt
Hey Chris. Results are posted on xdyne web site, here is couple of quick comparasing charts.
I am very pleased and impressed with testing results. I still shoked-I was excpecting some good results, but not as good as we got.
Thanks to Chris Lee, Mark Cruz, Todd bath, Peter Breton, Geoff Catchpole, Chris Steele and the rest of the supporters for their help in developing of our power!!!!!
Thanks a lot to Brian Kiney for helping us to run Dyno tests and be very patient with our presents!
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Firts graph is run of JPFX T03 2005 year, full option.
Second graph is run of Palmaris Profi PR12 Bi-metal stock.
Third graph is run JP FX T03 with installed Bi-metal versus the same case with BRB
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Palmaris engine thread-jp12fxt03.jpg   Palmaris engine thread-profipr12bm.jpg   Palmaris engine thread-bi-metalvsbrb.jpg  
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Edward, when you tested the BI metal and BRB in a JP crankcase, was it the team or the regular case. Is it with ceramic bearing?
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