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Old 05-14-2006, 02:32 AM   #2341
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i am sorry that nürnberg is so far away,
if not i meet him also

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Thanks Ed for the kind words,
Stayed in Nurnberg for 3 days, going to Munich now....

For Pipe guys, dont forget HA or Mugen(japan) they are great for Large track.
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Old 05-14-2006, 04:26 AM   #2342
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hi pp,
rhis whas for about 7 month, and i have no brain like a elephant.
ok, when he told it to you, why hi answer not on my mail.
verry curios buisness thinking.


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rhis whas for about 7 month, and i have no brain like a elephant.
ok, when he told it to you, why hi answer not on my mail.
verry curios buisness thinking.


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This is a UK National race weekend. He is away at this meeting. Will be home tonight late.
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Old 05-15-2006, 01:33 PM   #2344
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Hi

I am about to build up the engine with the BRB set. I have a few options on crankcase and crank. I have a JP crank with a ceramic bearing and a crank from the FX05 or a modded crank from Jim Hottinger.

What have you found to work well? What about the crank from a MAX POWER engine?

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Hi

I am about to build up the engine with the BRB set. I have a few options on crankcase and crank. I have a JP crank with a ceramic bearing and a crank from the FX05 or a modded crank from Jim Hottinger.

What have you found to work well? What about the crank from a MAX POWER engine?

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I sugest you stay with JP case and 5 port crank, also MAX crank is very good as well. If you can ask someone to chage closing on cranck by 5 degree it will be perfect.
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Old 05-15-2006, 04:15 PM   #2346
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I sugest you stay with JP case and 5 port crank, also MAX crank is very good as well. If you can ask someone to chage closing on cranck by 5 degree it will be perfect.
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Just on the MAX crank or the JP one as well?

I also have the JP TO3M and notived this is a very powerfull engine but has no turbo scoop at all!!
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Just on the MAX crank or the JP one as well?

I also have the JP TO3M and notived this is a very powerfull engine but has no turbo scoop at all!!
I used both MAX and JP crankcase. I am still using JP crankcase but not Max.

You should find JP 5 port crankshaft ( 8mm internal hole) will be faster. Turbo scoop make very small difference if any
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I used both MAX and JP crankcase. I am still using JP crankcase but not Max.

You should find JP 5 port crankshaft ( 8mm internal hole) will be faster. Turbo scoop make very small difference if any
We are restricted to 7mm crankshaft here
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Yes Campbell-it is right, but I think Tony is talking about world Kyosho cup and there is IFMAR rulls. so he can use anything in 3 ports.
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Yes Campbell-it is right, but I think Tony is talking about world Kyosho cup and there is IFMAR rulls. so he can use anything in 3 ports.
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Hi Edward,

I sent you an email and a PM about my engine that I ordered. Wiating on your reply

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Edward and Chris, I love you man... ...you saved my arse, big time! Thanks heaps!!!! UGPM!
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Edward and Chris, I love you man... ...you saved my arse, big time! Thanks heaps!!!! UGPM!
No problem mate. Time to lose the beast on the track
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Congratulation to Axial Racing Team driver Todd Bath with his win at Texas Biggie. His RRR was powered by Palmaris PROFI PR12 and Rocket Science fuel.
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Congrats to Todd.........well deserved win and awesome turn out for Team Palmaris/Axial!
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Way to go Todd!!! see you i Cali
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