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Old 02-16-2004, 07:35 PM   #406
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Seems like similar by block design, but they have sleeve and mine doesn't. The whole idea was to get rid of sleeve-too many problem from it.
This is look like prototypes we used to make in 80's. It was easier to make machined case, to check porting work, but since casting technology went forward, now it doesn't make sence to go for machined case. Still some kids back in Russia do this way, but only on the beggining.
When do you expect your engines to hit the market?
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When do you expect your engines to hit the market?
In 4-6 weeks first batch after team.
It is sceduled by this time.
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Old 02-16-2004, 07:44 PM   #408
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In 4-6 weeks first batch after team.
It is sceduled by this time.
I see that the carb is offset.
Have you tried mounting this engine in a 710?
Do you know if there will be clearance issues?
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Old 02-16-2004, 08:22 PM   #409
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It should fit no problems. We will have fitted it to most cars before the first batch becomes available. If we find it necessary we will supply mounting blocks to suit the particular car.

I believe the engine has been checked to fit the 705. If I am not mistaken the tank is located in the same position on the 710.
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It should fit no problems. We will have fitted it to most cars before the first batch becomes available. If we find it necessary we will supply mounting blocks to suit the particular car.

I believe the engine has been checked to fit the 705. If I am not mistaken the tank is located in the same position on the 710.
The 710 engine sits a little lower.
I'm currently using a Sirio engine.
The set screw that holds the ball for the slide hits the tank mount.
It's not that big of a deal.
You just have to rotate the ball until it clears.
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I see that the carb is offset.
Have you tried mounting this engine in a 710?
Do you know if there will be clearance issues?
I'll find out in a few days how it fits in a 710. It looked ok at the Winternats, but didn't actually bolt one in.
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TG is just getting back home from a week in S Florida.
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I have cleaned already. Sorry abou it, unexpected wave.
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I see that the carb is offset.
Have you tried mounting this engine in a 710?
Do you know if there will be clearance issues?
If you got 710 let 's make arrangement at Cristal Park and we will check how it is fit. I am expecting to get one of those for my son too very soon.
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So how did these things run at the Winternats. I heard that they were lacking on the top end. Anybody?
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So how did these things run at the Winternats. I heard that they were lacking on the top end. Anybody?
I redesign head bottons, so there was no lacking of top speed anymore, let's ask Stefan he was running one, I am sure a lot of people was watching them too beside us.
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So how did these things run at the Winternats. I heard that they were lacking on the top end. Anybody?
Go down (or up) a couple of posts and you'll see my impressions of the engine.

I ordered one today!
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I redesign head bottons, so there was no lacking of top speed anymore, let's ask Stefan he was running one, I am sure a lot of people was watching them too beside us.
OK good to know. Perhaps interested in a BRB piston/liner set for a JP RS12 S1. Perhaps you could PM me with availability and/or pricing?
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