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Old 04-24-2006, 10:03 AM   #2266
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Can someone just answer if the TN12 is a short stroke?
The TN12 is the Top equivelent off the Nova RS12 with 11mm crank. This is the engine I currently run and the BRB and Bi-Metal set fit straight in. You can also use the button too.
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Old 04-24-2006, 11:16 AM   #2267
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The TN12 is the Top equivelent off the Nova RS12 with 11mm crank. This is the engine I currently run and the BRB and Bi-Metal set fit straight in. You can also use the button too.
I E-mailed your USA division, thanks for the answer.
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Old 04-24-2006, 03:47 PM   #2268
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Palmaris finished 1 st , 2nd and 3rd A main Touring class today at the
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Good luck guys in L. Vegas....
Hey Chris.
Congratulation to you and your boys-you guys did really perfect work. All poduim belongs to racers who is running Plamaris products-it didn't happened yet before till now.
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I E-mailed your USA division, thanks for the answer.
How is going.
I just replay to your email. If you have any tech questions, please feel free to ask.
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I got it, thanks!
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Congratulation to you and your boys-you guys did really perfect work. All poduim belongs to racers who is running Plamaris products-it didn't happened yet before till now.
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you got one back and on top of it you got email. Please check.
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Default Todd Bath-big news!!!

Congratulation to Axial Racing sponsored driver Todd Bath with his win on South West series race in Fort Worth. He qualified second after Ron Atomic and won main.
He was running Kyosho RRR powered by Palmaris PROFI PR12.
Special thanks to Tommy Parfirio for his fuel (Rocket Scince)
Good work Todd!!!!!!!!
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Hey Todd, Great news good job, bring the good fortunes to the nationals for the team. See you soon and let me know if you need tires and will pm you about other stuff soon Peter on a side note, we had our last state series race, minus a few racers but we had two profees in the
A-main with a 5th and 6th finish.
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on a side note, we had our last state series race, minus a few racers but we had two profees in the
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Hey Peter, very good work-2 motors in A-main is pretty good fro Florida!!!! Congratulations!!!!!
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Congratulation to Axial Racing sponsored driver Todd Bath with his win on South West series race in Fort Worth. He qualified second after Ron Atomic and won main.
He was running Kyosho RRR powered by Palmaris PROFI PR12.
Special thanks to Tommy Parfirio for his fuel (Rocket Scince)
Good work Todd!!!!!!!!
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Thanks guys. And thanks Edward for the great engine. Awesome power as usual and it performed flawlessly in the 40min. Amain. Never skipped a beat, no flame outs and ran 5:15 pit stops. It came off the track at the end of the main at 220deg.

I had some problems with inconsistent idle and stalling in qualifying but it came down a new fuel I was trying. I switched to Rocket Science fuel and didn't have a problem after that. It stabilized the idle, ran consistently and helped me have a trouble free main.
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Default BRB P/L in NSR5 Crankcase

Tested in a race BRB P/L in NSR5 Crankcase yesterday. Good and strong torque all around. The feeling like almost never ending power.. Head to head with afew branded 5 port engine on the straight, my car simply open the gap almost 1 meter ahead..!!! Acceleration was a ..MONSTER!!

Refueling 6 to 7.5 min , I ran it abit rich to reduce the power for the technical track yesterday, Temp 110 - 120 C, Inline vxr pipe 5.0mm, 25% intro.

I'm happy with this engine. Ed This is my first time with 3 port but i'm experience with afew of 5p engine.
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Tested in a race BRB P/L in NSR5 Crankcase yesterday. Good and strong torque all around. The feeling like almost never ending power.. Head to head with afew branded 5 port engine on the straight, my car simply open the gap almost 1 meter ahead..!!! Acceleration was a ..MONSTER!!

Refueling 6 to 7.5 min , I ran it abit rich to reduce the power for the technical track yesterday, Temp 110 - 120 C, Inline vxr pipe 5.0mm, 25% intro.

I'm happy with this engine. Ed This is my first time with 3 port but i'm experience with afew of 5p engine.
Hello Esham.
thanks a lot for feedback. I am really happy that you are totaly satisfied with performance of Palmaris racing products. Just make sure-never modify sleeve-it will put performance down.
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Tested in a race BRB P/L in NSR5 Crankcase yesterday. Good and strong torque all around. The feeling like almost never ending power.. Head to head with afew branded 5 port engine on the straight, my car simply open the gap almost 1 meter ahead..!!! Acceleration was a ..MONSTER!!

Refueling 6 to 7.5 min , I ran it abit rich to reduce the power for the technical track yesterday, Temp 110 - 120 C, Inline vxr pipe 5.0mm, 25% intro.

I'm happy with this engine. Ed This is my first time with 3 port but i'm experience with afew of 5p engine.
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