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Old 04-29-2004, 02:18 PM   #661
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Actualy I don't care about demand, I care about power only. My goal isn't sell banch, my goal is get better power at reasonble price, longer life and great service-not just to sell and forget.
I'm with you on that one Edward. Like my nova, that carb nut is hard to find now. It sits on the shelf cause I can't find that carb nut, they have lousy cust. service.
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Old 04-29-2004, 08:53 PM   #662
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Yeah, Edward has some great ideas for handling his engines. He's a really nice guy and looks out for the racers.

Got my PS12 broken in and it feels like a screamer. I can't wait to get it out on RCRCNT's new permanent track in Ft. Worth. Only a couple more days!!
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Send me the info as well, you have my info
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21 P/s sets are in testing process now, so no any further info we don't have at the moment. I hope I will have details soon.
I jut can tell you it is exsotic materials ( as usualy) set ups, it has drastick changes from originals.
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What is this BRB material used to make the sleeve. Berilyium(sp)?
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What is this BRB material used to make the sleeve. Berilyium(sp)?
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No it is not Berrilium, it is Berrilium bronze, there is ony about 1.5 % Berilium. BRB is used in a lot of places in inductry ( for instance in wrist watches it is used to make timing spring).
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No it is not Berrilium, it is Berrilium bronze, there is ony about 1.5 % Berilium. BRB is used in a lot of places in inductry ( for instance in wrist watches it is used to make timing spring).
Hi there, maybe a stupid question... What advantage do you get from adding he 1.5% Berilium to the mix in the sleeve?
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Hi there, maybe a stupid question... What advantage do you get from adding he 1.5% Berilium to the mix in the sleeve?
I think I missed something...

Does the Palmaris motor come in other sizes or just .12?
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I'm with you on that one Edward. Like my nova, that carb nut is hard to find now. It sits on the shelf cause I can't find that carb nut, they have lousy cust. service.
Which Nova is this? NS or RS? NS has a bigger carb nut that is the same size as the wheel nut !
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I think I missed something...

Does the Palmaris motor come in other sizes or just .12?
Currently only in the .12 size but will also be available later in the year as a .21 size.
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Currently only in the .12 size but will also be available later in the year as a .21 size.
Thank you. Can you give me any performance stats of the motor yet? I am sure it is in the region of 1.5 odd, but I want to know, as well as the max RPM one can expect from it.
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Which Nova is this? NS or RS? NS has a bigger carb nut that is the same size as the wheel nut !
It's a 4mm, but isn't it fine thread?
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Hi there, maybe a stupid question... What advantage do you get from adding he 1.5% Berilium to the mix in the sleeve?
It is not stupid question.
First of all-we are not making that alloy, we are using existing manufactured by metalurgy inducstry.
Many years ago ( mid 80's) everybody in Russia was looking more more power and stability in engine performance. It was trial with regular brass, Al alloys and different bronze. Cuple years later, after thousands of experiments ( different schools) was found the best suitble material for sleeves is that what we have today.
That alloy os very hard, spring type, it has exelent thermodynamic properties very suitble for our Nitro aplication, especialy for hot aplications ( some classes in airmodeling, boating and defenetly RC cars).
The alloy we make is for piston and it is high content Si alloy with Nikkel, Magnesium, Silver etc.
For differnt type of sleeves is using different type of piston materials as well ( temperature properties) only one thing stays more or less unchaged-Si content. Basecaly more Si-longer life of piston and better thermo proprties ( in reasonble limits)
It doesn't mean we stop developing ones we found what we have today. As I have mentioned before, AAC is much better set up, but a lot of issues releted to use Al sleeves, so finaly we came to engine design as PS12 ( sleeveless)-so we get rid of bunch problem with which we usualy was dealing.
There is a lot more unusual designs are massaging right now and pretty soon more interesting designs will be showed to people. But now I can't disclose any info on it-it is on developing process and it is highely secured info-sorry.
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It is not stupid question.
First of all-we are not making that alloy, we are using existing manufactured by metalurgy inducstry.
Many years ago ( mid 80's) everybody in Russia was looking more more power and stability in engine performance. It was trial with regular brass, Al alloys and different bronze. Cuple years later, after thousands of experiments ( different schools) was found the best suitble material for sleeves is that what we have today.
That alloy os very hard, spring type, it has exelent thermodynamic properties very suitble for our Nitro aplication, especialy for hot aplications ( some classes in airmodeling, boating and defenetly RC cars).
The alloy we make is for piston and it is high content Si alloy with Nikkel, Magnesium, Silver etc.
For differnt type of sleeves is using different type of piston materials as well ( temperature properties) only one thing stays more or less unchaged-Si content. Basecaly more Si-longer life of piston and better thermo proprties ( in reasonble limits)
It doesn't mean we stop developing ones we found what we have today. As I have mentioned before, AAC is much better set up, but a lot of issues releted to use Al sleeves, so finaly we came to engine design as PS12 ( sleeveless)-so we get rid of bunch problem with which we usualy was dealing.
There is a lot more unusual designs are massaging right now and pretty soon more interesting designs will be showed to people. But now I can't disclose any info on it-it is on developing process and it is highely secured info-sorry.
Thank you TG for clearing this up. I know you have wierd designs, that are very functional, and I know that this is HIGHLY classified, Good LUCK, keep up the great work. I expect to see some more highly potent engines in the future to out perform our current designs. Thank you.
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Which Nova is this? NS or RS? NS has a bigger carb nut that is the same size as the wheel nut !
It is the ns12s3 engine. it's a 5mm but threads are fine and went everywhere looking for one that fits.
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