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Old 02-02-2004, 08:44 AM   #271
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On a side note:

I just finished breaking in one of Edwards beryllium piston/sleeve/rod sets that I was planning to run at the Winternats. and that thing is very impressive.

Edward had it lapped to where it only took a very short break in time.

I started leaning it out and geeez... that engine is a bullet.

I installed the set in a Nova Mega (formerly 5 port) and prepared crank timing to Edwards recommendation.

If the P12 is even faster than that.........

I will not buy another Nova Rossi sleeve set as long as Edward's will be available.
Stefan, you need to try it on track .
Sets are available in any combination-AAC, BRB or ABC.
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Old 02-02-2004, 08:54 AM   #272
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... but will I have time?
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Old 02-02-2004, 09:08 AM   #273
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... but will I have time?
I am not sure on this time, I doubt it.
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Old 02-02-2004, 09:55 AM   #274
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What do you think of this as a teampaint job?
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What do you think of this as a teampaint job? We can change up the colors for each driver
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Old 02-02-2004, 10:15 AM   #276
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Randy, ones I will come back from winternats, we will get one full day of running. but it will be on your unit.
Sounds good, I have a feeling the Yokomo car is going to be really good at Revelation, I've heard that it is for lower grip tracks, so it should be just what I want for a high grip track.
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Old 02-02-2004, 11:36 AM   #277
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TG good luck and have fun at Florida. As for testing i'm always
at Rev or CP if you need help.
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TG good luck and have fun at Florida. As for testing i'm always
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Hey francis thanks a lot for wishing luck and fun.
I realy appretiate your offer for help in motor test and defenetly will use your driving skils and expirience for next testing
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Old 02-02-2004, 03:31 PM   #279
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Uhm... seems that you're expanding on the fuel brewery and supplying to many people.... Should I expect to see you with a 55 Gallon drum of 30% fuel at the Wnats?

BTW: Please mail me the hotel address... this week will be quite busy for me and I'm finishing all the little details. Wanna try some very fine Enetti tyres? Will carry plenty of sets for 200mm (37, 40 & some 42's) and some for 1/8 (35 & some 37's).
I will have toons of Enneti. If you need it, just let me know
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i was cleaning my mr12 motor and pico/onfa x12 and saw that the head buttons looked the same , started measuring and found that button height is the same head deck is the same ,head deck dia was 0.01 i got 13.78 mm nova and 13.79mm pico . anybody know if i could use the pico head button on my mr ???
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Cool Edward

Good to hear that your P12 motor is running as good or even better then your expectations!!! The motor looks unique and should turn heads by its look and performance!

Well, good luck to you and Team Palmaris at the Winternats.
BTW- dose the P12 weigh less then a norm sleeve motor?
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When are you leaving for winternats again Edward?
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Good to hear that your P12 motor is running as good or even better then your expectations!!! The motor looks unique and should turn heads by its look and performance!

Well, good luck to you and Team Palmaris at the Winternats.
BTW- dose the P12 weigh less then a norm sleeve motor?
It is running beter then my expectation, I was expecting to spent more time to have it run right.
Thanks for wishing luck.
Motor weight is about the same as the rest of existing models. I got some weight saving on sleeve area ( lower down SG).
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When are you leaving for winternats again Edward?
We are leaving Friday night to Miami.
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Old 02-02-2004, 05:29 PM   #285
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Edward,

do you have pit space reserved or are you "camping"?
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