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Old 12-12-2007, 06:09 AM   #781
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thanks... so can i replace the piston/sleeve/conrod with novarossi parts??? if yes, then from which compatible model??? mine is jp fx-12 03...
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Old 12-26-2007, 09:13 AM   #782
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Is the Fx-t05 originally inner bearings come in ceramic bearings?
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Old 12-26-2007, 12:42 PM   #783
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Does anyone know anything about this motor, cant find any info on it, they dont seem to be that popular

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Old 12-27-2007, 07:57 AM   #784
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Is the Fx-t05 originally inner bearings come in ceramic bearings?
You can choose for it if you order it, so standard is steel.
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Old 12-27-2007, 08:01 AM   #785
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thanks... so can i replace the piston/sleeve/conrod with novarossi parts??? if yes, then from which compatible model??? mine is jp fx-12 03...

You're better of with the jp cilinders, they are way faster then the novarossi one's that fit the jp fx.
Some of the max cilinders also fit and are pretty fast, and the mega mf version 1 fits which is a really good cilinder, it's bar type instead of microcast so it will last longer.
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I'm considering a JP R03 for some club racing! the RS9 isn't available for a bit. Anyone notice any differences in performance? I understand that the crank size is larger in the RS9, but what else? THanks for the input.
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Old 01-09-2008, 12:29 PM   #787
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You're better of with the jp cilinders, they are way faster then the novarossi one's that fit the jp fx.
Some of the max cilinders also fit and are pretty fast, and the mega mf version 1 fits which is a really good cilinder, it's bar type instead of microcast so it will last longer.
well, it's hard to find replacement parts for jp engine here... mine came with ceramic bearing but i've replaced that to nova normal bearing as the it's too expensive for the ceramic bearing at usd100...
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I got the original p/s/rod and the rear ceramic bearings in stock for the
JP FX T03M/MT.
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Old 01-23-2008, 11:49 PM   #789
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anybody knows the part no. for the complete p/s/r for the 35+21 jp? and how much they cost?
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How many shims should I use for 30% nitro in a .12 Eagle TL3T?

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hey iv just got an jp FX 12 T-03T and was wondering hows the performance compaired to other top brands and is it easy to tune
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How good is the eagle .12-T3T compared to FX12-to3t? , is this engine worth the money? Thanks
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How many shims should I use for 30% nitro in a .12 Eagle TL3T?

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Go for 0.018"- 0.020" clearance. I'd guess 0.4mm- 0.45mm of shims would be close, but you need to check with a piece of solder to be sure.
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Hey guys, does any one know what the JP Racing F15011B crankshaft is based off of? What Novarossi crank is this supposed to be or is close to? 359 35 Plus 21? Trying to find out since it doesn't look like any crank I know.
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Hey guys, does any one know what the JP Racing F15011B crankshaft is based off of? What Novarossi crank is this supposed to be or is close to? 359 35 Plus 21? Trying to find out since it doesn't look like any crank I know.

Looks like it is based off of the 367 buggy engine. The reason I say that is Novarossi 15011 crankshaft is out of the 367 engine.
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