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Old 10-25-2005, 09:37 AM   #2026
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Edward,

Mielke has a new manufacturing system that they call "SNAP" (Spezial New Alu Procedure for harder und thinner material)

You can find the info on their website.





The surface of their pipes is available with a chrome layer, which makes it very easy to keep the pipe looking likenew for a long time.
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Old 10-25-2005, 10:15 AM   #2027
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Edward,

Mielke has a new manufacturing system that they call "SNAP" (Spezial New Alu Procedure for harder und thinner material)

You can find the info on their website.





The surface of their pipes is available with a chrome layer, which makes it very easy to keep the pipe looking likenew for a long time.
Thanks Stefan.
By the way, this is one looks like pipe we used.
Edward
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Old 10-25-2005, 12:11 PM   #2028
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Yep, that's what I'm using as well. You need to try it with the long conical header.
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Old 10-25-2005, 01:02 PM   #2029
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have you tried the Mielke 2501 with the long conical header?
Makes awesome power with my engines.
With the short header it does not have a lot of torque, that's right.
I did try the 2501 several times, I can't remember about the header tough. I did use it the way Mielke sent it to me and I always had better experience with the Picco 2607 or the Nova 2601/02.


Mielke made several updates to his pipes, so the same EFRA number doesn't necessarily have to be the exact same spec all the time as far as I can see. Pretty weird, but this seems to be the case.

He does make quality stuff, but so far I never liked them with my engines.
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Old 10-25-2005, 01:30 PM   #2030
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Reto,

the current 2501 (got mine from Daniel in Austria) comes with the short header, which makes real good top end but is only suited to the biggest tracks. Mine really came alive when I put the long header on it for our regular, medium size tracks. First time out, I missed all my brake nad turn in points, compared to the RDL Turbo II pipe, which is also noc slouch.
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Old 10-25-2005, 01:57 PM   #2031
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Current M Mielke pipes and headers

MM1900 Pipe Set (w/90 manifold, spring & gasket ), black EFRA 2501
MM1900P Pipe Set (w/90 manifold, spring & gasket ), Chrome EFRA 2501
MM1903 Std. manifold 90,springs,gasket ring for Set 1900, black
MM1903P Std. manifold 90,springs,gasket ring for Set 1900P, Chrome
MM1904 Manifold same as MM1903 only 5mm longer, black
MM1904P Manifold same as MM1903P only 5mm longer, Chrome
MM1905 Manifold same as MM1903 only 10mm longer, black
MM1905P Manifold same as MM1903P only 10mm longer, Chrome

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Old 10-25-2005, 03:30 PM   #2032
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1900P with header 1905P
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Old 10-27-2005, 10:14 PM   #2033
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Hi guys.
Batch arrived and now it is complete engine (carb included).
Here are some pics of it.
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Hi guys.
Batch arrived and now it is complete engine (carb included).
Here are some pics of it.
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Wow, this time arrive fast...
send send send.. hurry
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Old 10-27-2005, 10:38 PM   #2035
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Can you please tell me the shim setup for 16% Nitro fuel on the PR12.
I assume std. is for 30%
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hi palmaris,

may i know what's the pricing on the profi pr.12 in HKG$?
i'm from singapore and looking to get a .12 engine soon.
thanks in advance!
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Can you please tell me the shim setup for 16% Nitro fuel on the PR12.
I assume std. is for 30%
Hi Mike.
Yes, motor comes for 30% Nitro and it has total shimmng .4 mm. For 16% Nitro I will sugest .25mm. Our shimming has possabilities to adjust by .05 increaments-copper shims there is .05 mm.
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may i know what's the pricing on the profi pr.12 in HKG$?
i'm from singapore and looking to get a .12 engine soon.
thanks in advance!
Hi N.E.R.D
In this forume we are not allow talking about salling., sorry about it. To know pricig please send PM to Kitracer-he is destributor for Asia, or please visit our web site to obtain email adresses for service www.palmarisracing.com
Edward
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Looks great Eduard!
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Hi Guys.
I want to answer on some questions which I recievd over PM and emails.
Motor is 12 gramms lighter then Novarossi based motors, and most of weight we try to remove from cooling head. We use AL alloy which has better heat dessipiation then normaly used alloys. It has mounting sizes exactly the same as any other .12 size motors, so it is not reqiered any modifications for car.
Cranck is 12 mm and it has different ballancing compare to other brands which is helping us to get as much power as we can, specialy on top end.
Some parts are interchangable with Novarossi and STS based motors. Carb is leagal.
Porting inside the motor is our development and they are different from any other brands, as well as porting on sleeve. Further modification on sleeve will hirt performance and we strongly recomend to do net modify any parts in engine-on p/l set it will change flow and on the cranck it will chnge balancing-unless you are absolutly know what are you doing. Removing 0.1 gramm on wrong palce on cranck will change balancing tramendosly.
I guess I answer all most FAQ, but if anybody have more questions, please feel free to ask.
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