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Old 01-07-2005, 12:25 AM   #286
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I don't have scracthing problem, but if you watch closely, the rear end cover have flat side to accomodate more rooms for conrod.
You mean the conrod has room enough not to scratch against the backplate? Wouldn't that create more volume in the crankcase?
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Old 01-07-2005, 12:31 AM   #287
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You mean the conrod has room enough not to scratch against the backplate? Wouldn't that create more volume in the crankcase?
open your rear end cover (4 screws) and you see what i mean (the flat side).
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Old 01-07-2005, 01:09 AM   #288
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The flat in the backplate is for piston clearance.
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Old 01-07-2005, 02:03 AM   #289
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OMG... my eyes !!! not good , you are right, for piston clearance that is.

Perhaps don't screw the backplate too tight ?
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Old 01-07-2005, 02:33 AM   #290
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OMG... my eyes !!! not good , you are right, for piston clearance that is.
That piston clearance is a must in all Nova based engines.
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That piston clearance is a must in all Nova based engines.
all ? i don't think any long rod engine like the mt-12 needs one, nova based or not.
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and exactly what is "nova based" means ? seem people use that term all the time, but don't know exactly what it refer to.
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and exactly what is "nova based" means ? seem people use that term all the time, but don't know exactly what it refer to.
Nova based engines made by Novarossi:

Novarossi
Top
Rex
RB Concepts
Mugen
JP
Novamax
IDM
Old Mega

Picco based engines made by Picco:

Picco
Omega
OFNA
LRP
Orion
New Mega

Sirio based engines made by Star Motors

Sirio
Lamberto Collari

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Nova based engines made by Novarossi:

Novarossi
Top
Rex
RB Concepts
Mugen
JP
Novamax
IDM
Old Mega

Picco based engines made by Picco:

Picco
Omega
OFNA
LRP
Orion
New Mega

Sirio based engines made by Star Motors

Sirio
Lamberto Collari

Hope it's clear now

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rb concepts is not made by novarossi. use to be.
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At the end of it's life, most likely all engines will be dumb and forget to run .... Can I overhaul my JP FX5 / FX3 with Novarossi NS12S5 / S3 complete set of piston, conrod and sleeve ? Sorry.... poor question
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Can I overhaul my JP FX5 / FX3 with Novarossi NS12S5 / S3 complete set of piston, conrod and sleeve ? Sorry.... poor question
Yes, you can just buy a plain NSR3/NSR5 piston sleeve set...
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Yes, you can just buy a plain NSR3/NSR5 piston sleeve set...
It'll still fit but the exhaust / intake numbers would not be the same...
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It'll still fit but the exhaust / intake numbers would not be the same...
Yes
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Yes
Can you guarantee it will work ? I expect slower performance but not dead engine.
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