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Old 11-17-2009, 07:31 AM   #1
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Default RB Classico 9 3.48cc engine

at first i was target on a RB C9 but i found this Classico 9 only 2/5 price of a C9 but without pipe set, so let see
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outlook and head
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inner head and carburetor, came with 0.1 , 0.2mmhead shim usable until 25% nitro
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Old 11-17-2009, 07:45 AM   #4
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cover plate and piston
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at first i was target on a RB C9 but i found this Classico 9 only 2/5 price of a C9 but without pipe set, so let see
I aquired two of these engines a couple of months ago. I was going to use them for practice in my Mugen MRX4-X 4wd car. I have ran them in practice, a good engine with medium power, not a contender for a nine port Nova or RB9, but a good engine. I now intend to use them in the 2wd non-suspension "Classic" that are popular in France and Italy. The RB-Classico 9 was developed for this class.

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I aquired two of these engines a couple of months ago. I was going to use them for practice in my Mugen MRX4-X 4wd car. I have ran them in practice, a good engine with medium power, not a contender for a nine port Nova or RB9, but a good engine. I now intend to use them in the 2wd non-suspension "Classic" that are popular in France and Italy. The RB-Classico 9 was developed for this class.

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hi Dale,

i'm now using a NR with my MRX-3, what pipe did you used in 4X.
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hi Dale,

i'm now using a NR with my MRX-3, what pipe did you used in 4X.
I have used the Novarossi 2015 and the 9886 both with the short header pipe. The 2015 gave good bottom and top end. The 9886 gives real good bottom end and mid range, but not quite the top end of the 2015. My race
engine is a Novarossi Flash 21 with the 2015 pipe.

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You must try also a 2052.
That is a very good allround pipe, even my old REX 7PT from way back 1995 is running great on it. I believe the Classico is a bit based on the C3 which looks like my REX.
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You must try also a 2052.
That is a very good allround pipe, even my old REX 7PT from way back 1995 is running great on it. I believe the Classico is a bit based on the C3 which looks like my REX.
Roelof, I will try a 2052, thanks.

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Roelof, I will try a 2052, thanks.

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Me too, thanks Dale/Roelof
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