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Old 02-23-2005, 07:33 AM   #1306
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Old 02-23-2005, 09:47 AM   #1307
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I just got my self this BRB p/s liner from kitracer (Chris,thanks by the way).This is my first 3 ports liner as I m usually using 5 ports. I m putting it in my NSR case. Its very interesting design and very well finished. I m breaking it in at the moment, and so far so good. I will be using it for our upcoming big race here in early March and will keep you posted on the performance later.
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Old 02-23-2005, 10:50 AM   #1308
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I think you'll be pleased. Good luck!
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Old 02-23-2005, 12:03 PM   #1309
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I just got my self this BRB p/s liner from kitracer (Chris,thanks by the way).This is my first 3 ports liner as I m usually using 5 ports. I m putting it in my NSR case. Its very interesting design and very well finished. I m breaking it in at the moment, and so far so good. I will be using it for our upcoming big race here in early March and will keep you posted on the performance later.
Hi Dameetz.
thanks a lot for liking our set. You will find that 3 ports are good as 5 port and even better. I guess you are using it in 5 port case, so your cranck is prepare already for right ###.
You are absolutly right our design and finish is totaly different from what we used to see from manufactureres.
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Old 02-24-2005, 08:15 PM   #1310
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Yeah, it was me that posted about them. Should be able to find them on ebay but if not I can get you hooked up with one. They arent the cheapest filters but well worth the money.
Didn't see you reply I will keep you in mind as for cheap I have a paris racing k&n $30 and going on my 3rd year with it
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Any one interested in a ps12? i have one for sale.
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Old 02-26-2005, 09:07 AM   #1312
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Old 02-26-2005, 09:31 AM   #1313
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New UK Distributor.

Geoff Catchpole is now the sole UK dealer for Palmaris Racing Products.

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Hi Dameetz.
thanks a lot for liking our set. You will find that 3 ports are good as 5 port and even better. I guess you are using it in 5 port case, so your cranck is prepare already for right ###.
You are absolutly right our design and finish is totaly different from what we used to see from manufactureres.
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Hi Ed! I m really impress with the performance of your BRB p/s. Yesterday I just started to lean it out a bit and it already showed a ballastic top speed and I haven't fine tune it yet.
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Hi Ed! I m really impress with the performance of your BRB p/s. Yesterday I just started to lean it out a bit and it already showed a ballastic top speed and I haven't fine tune it yet.
How is going?
Thanks a lot for good news. I am glad that it is going well.
Yesteday we tested new design ( bi-mettal) and first part of it went pretty good. Main point was testing the joint between 2 mettals and it withstahd 350F with no damaged at all. Performance wise I am realy satisfy too. Today it will be use on Revelation and I soon as I got any result, I will post it here.
It will ake approx 6 weeks to finalize if thi design new step in performance and then it will be available.
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Old 02-27-2005, 06:04 PM   #1318
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Two BRB piston/sleeve set has got into Sydney GP top 10 in this over 90 entries event.

BRB perform very well plenty of power and fuel milage is just awesome but unfortunately 1 car has servo dies in their first fuel stop in the 30mins final, another has handling problem which we only can finish in 6 and 10 position. (btw fuel stop is done at 7:30min)

thanks Edward for a awesome products, looking forward to the new generation of the Palmaris Engine.

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Hi guys.
I got some quick update on bi-metall set. Yesterday it was running on Revelation and it perform realy well. Ron got second place right after Darin Ishitany ( Mugen team driver and one of the best driver in USA). Ron lost 5 second in 71 laps. The list of the racers in A-main can be seen on www.revrace.com go to resuts, yeysterday race.
I have no detailed info yet, but fact is that metalls didn't not separated and this was biggest fear.
I need to see piston and sleeve then I can say how realy engine was working. I am sure there will be some good future for bi0metall set ups-the difference in expention rates giving as some advantages specialy in transition from acceleration to top speed, but it is long way to go-needs more testing with different tapers and piston materials to achive the best of this combination.
Congratulation Tommy for good results!!!
Congratulation Todd Bathh (TX) taking 2nd place on their state series.
Thanks a lot everybody for realy good work and support.
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Old 03-01-2005, 10:24 AM   #1320
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