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Old 05-24-2004, 11:33 PM   #736
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"hi , my engine was broke-in with 3 tank of sidewinder 16% nitro of full throttle and 80c temperature.... and 1 complete tank on the track so I started lean it out...... the engine lasted one race!!!the other one was broke-in with 5 tanks of Byron 16% on idle and 2 more tanks on the track and started to lean it out.... lasted one race.... the other one with 1 tank of full throttle and two on the track with Novarossi 10%!!!! one race long!!!!!!!! the other two I donít know how they broke the engine in... all I know is that the engine didnít last more than 2 races!!!!!!!!!! amazing... I think all the engines that came here came with problems!!!!!!!!!! fuck!!!! "
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It really sucks!!!!!!!!!!
I will never buy Sirio even after first engine, not to wait for 3.
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"Three different drivers, but problem is the same. So we can't claim someone make the same mistake-all three drivers can't make the same mistake. Only one thing left-engine".
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I wouldn't jump on a terminal conclusion like you do TG, it would be the same if I said I have terrible experience with your Palmaris engine. Don't forget you are a manufacturer and it is not serious to comment like that.I think we must make more serious analysis before bashing a brand of engine. You know better than anybody that Breaking-in at WOT, if not done correctly can damage any engine, and maybe that is what they did wrong, also they didnít follow the manufacturer suggestion for Break-In.Here at my track there are several drivers with Sirios and nobody has had that kind of problems.Lets have more caution on criticizing an engine and not create panic among users because of somebodyís bad experience we haven't lived or seen personally.Or are you trying to "divert water to your well" ???????
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I just want to point to you right away-I realy don't need any "water in my well". As I sad it before, it is my hobby and all my work didicated to my son, so I realy don't need any water, I am happy when my son is happy. I think you will understand what do I mean.
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Old 05-24-2004, 11:36 PM   #737
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Hi Ed
What a magnificent motor you have produced? I really like it and would love to have one. Where can I get it? Please let me know.

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Hi Eric. Thanks a lot for liking engine.
You can ask Tommy ( Tl2111) he is from Sidney, he will answer on all your questions.
Any tech questions I will be happy to assist.
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Old 05-25-2004, 12:00 AM   #738
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Hi Eric. Thanks a lot for liking engine.
You can ask Tommy ( Tl2111) he is from Sidney, he will answer on all your questions.
Any tech questions I will be happy to assist.
where can i get one!!!!
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where can i get one!!!!
From me. 3 weeks they will be available.
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I just want to point to you right away-I realy don't need any "water in my well". As I sad it before, it is my hobby and all my work didicated to my son, so I realy don't need any water, I am happy when my son is happy. I think you will understand what do I mean.
Peace on you TG
I understand you perfectly, and I hope you understood me as well. With all your knowledge and experience, which I don't doubt, all I'm saying is we have to be more careful on our comments because they could be misleading.
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Old 05-25-2004, 07:27 AM   #741
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Hi Edward,,
can you tell me what type of epoxy or product is used
in modified crankshaft to make the fuel slide in faster....


Heres a pic.,this is what i mean....
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Old 05-25-2004, 08:53 AM   #742
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From me. 3 weeks they will be available.
thanks .can you pm me all the info that i need ,price part number,paypal address ,etc.?
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Old 05-25-2004, 11:40 AM   #743
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Hi Edward,,
can you tell me what type of epoxy or product is used
in modified crankshaft to make the fuel slide in faster....


Heres a pic.,this is what i mean....
It is red RTV high temp silicon.
Fuel going to crancase under vacuum (not under pressure) so i realy don't understand "sliding fuel"). I personaly don't belive in this kind of modding-it is my personal opinion, it doesn't mean it is right ( it is right for me)
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Thank Palmaris Racing, I got 2nd place of A Main in my club racing past Sunday, 30 min race, I use my lovely MTX3, 30% fuel, and Nova C7TF plug, Nova 52605 turbo pipe, my club was outlaw regulation can be use any type of .15 and .12 engine, since my PS12 engine was not even brake in, I not lean it too much, at the end of 30 min I just lost a straight around 2 Sec to 1st pleace who use .15 Novarossi eng and 6.8mm pipe with 710!! Weather 29C that day, engine temperature 120C.
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Thank Palmaris Racing, I got 2nd place of A Main in my club racing past Sunday, 30 min race, I use my lovely MTX3, 30% fuel, and Nova C7TF plug, Nova 52605 turbo pipe, my club was outlaw regulation can be use any type of .15 and .12 engine, since my PS12 engine was not even brake in, I not lean it too much, at the end of 30 min I just lost a straight around 2 Sec to 1st pleace who use .15 Novarossi eng and 6.8mm pipe with 710!! Weather 29C that day, engine temperature 120C.
good for you , i see that you have the fw-05r , i just got my, any good set ups for a high grip track?or gear ratios? thanks
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Thank Palmaris Racing, I got 2nd place of A Main in my club racing past Sunday, 30 min race, I use my lovely MTX3, 30% fuel, and Nova C7TF plug, Nova 52605 turbo pipe, my club was outlaw regulation can be use any type of .15 and .12 engine, since my PS12 engine was not even brake in, I not lean it too much, at the end of 30 min I just lost a straight around 2 Sec to 1st pleace who use .15 Novarossi eng and 6.8mm pipe with 710!! Weather 29C that day, engine temperature 120C.
Nice body design, and good job on the A main, 2nd place. and congrats to Palmaris racing for making a great product.....
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Thank Palmaris Racing, I got 2nd place of A Main in my club racing past Sunday, 30 min race, I use my lovely MTX3, 30% fuel, and Nova C7TF plug, Nova 52605 turbo pipe, my club was outlaw regulation can be use any type of .15 and .12 engine, since my PS12 engine was not even brake in, I not lean it too much, at the end of 30 min I just lost a straight around 2 Sec to 1st pleace who use .15 Novarossi eng and 6.8mm pipe with 710!! Weather 29C that day, engine temperature 120C.
Congratulation!!!!
.12 against .15? Lean it!!!!!!!!! to the bons and get next race first! Please
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.21 set looks great. Will look sweet sitting in the Rex I am putting in my new Mugen MRX.

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I want those lapping tools in the background
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