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Old 10-28-2005, 01:19 PM   #2041
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Red face sorry

sorry i wasn't aware of the regulations.
i'll send a PM to Kitracer, thanks!
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Old 10-29-2005, 08:00 AM   #2042
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sorry i wasn't aware of the regulations.
i'll send a PM to Kitracer, thanks!
All good.
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thanks edward for all the help at the track today. Oh and the PR12 is a screamer.
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Old 10-29-2005, 09:10 PM   #2044
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thanks edward for all the help at the track today. Oh and the PR12 is a screamer.
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You are very welcome! BTW forgot to give you original carb.
Mark got ball park settings on it and he did great work with that. Thanks a lot Mark.
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Congratulation to Todd Bath with winning local club race by using PROFI PR12, small race but still won.
Congratulation Todd.
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Old 10-30-2005, 02:23 PM   #2046
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Old 10-30-2005, 09:32 PM   #2047
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Just like to share my experience on Pipe testing with the PR12.

After 1.5 litre, (I think the engine need 1 more litre to fully break in ). SKyline pipe and HEC second generation are identical in power from bottom to Top end. The HEC 1st gen had better top end but litte less on bottom.

I was using 17/61 & 23/56 ( 710) . This engine really like to rev and you can hear it at end of straight so I will switch to 16/61 & 22/56 this week end to test.

Fuel consumption is excellent. I can easily get 5min 30 per tank so after fully break in , I hope to get another 10 to 15 sec.

The lap record on this new layout on our track so far clocked 17.6. My best is 17.8. Can't do much on driving skill but hope the engine will help me pull that gap closer next week.
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Old 10-30-2005, 10:00 PM   #2048
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[QUOTE=kitracer]Just like to share my experience on Pipe testing with the PR12.

This is very good idea. Perhaps everyone could add their experience including things like nitro %, temp, shims, Mixture Screw settings etc.

This could create a database for the not so masterful tuners to help them get into the ballpark.

Will start to run mine in next weekend. Can't wait.
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Hey Francis.
You are very welcome! BTW forgot to give you original carb.
Mark got ball park settings on it and he did great work with that. Thanks a lot Mark.
Edward
Anytime Edward. Francis's motor was also very fast.
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Hi guys,

Any recommended break in method for this motor or just the regular WOT method will do...? How many tanks at WOT before start running on track?
What's the factory needle setting?

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Any recommended break in method for this motor or just the regular WOT method will do...? How many tanks at WOT before start running on track?
What's the factory needle setting?

Cheers.
Any standart brak in process will work on our PR12, or we use as follo
2-3 tanks on starter box reach on high idle, then 5-6 tanks on track slow to medium and on end of couple tanks accelerate on straight but do not let it shift.
Next 2-3 tanks you can tune to race and keep run it, even race with it till you will see how engine start pulling really fast. usualy it takes to be fully ready about in a galon.
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EdwardN,
Do you have a rod that will fit a NovaMega EVO2?
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Do you have a rod that will fit a NovaMega EVO2?
If this 12 motor, yes I do, but if it is 21 no, I don't make 21 parts.
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hi edward,
whats about my last pm??

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Edward,

Well done. Just would like to let you know that my PR12 was screaming on my V1-RRR this afternoon. The engine performance is better than the Nova base engine and easy to tuned.
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