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Old 12-05-2008, 05:53 PM   #841
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try www.the-border.nl

its 335$ with VAT.(thats something paid only on europe i guess.) register an account and you pay the VAT according to your country. if you dont have to, the price will be %20 reduced.
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The Eagle 9s is based on the 35-plus-21 and all parts should fit.

Most Novarossi sleeves are the same size so if you want to go cheap you even can mount a N21-3T P/S set.
Thanks for your input Roelof & Musti72. The Australian $ is half the euro. DOH! I will try the 35 + 21 nova
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The Eagle 9s is based on the 35-plus-21 and all parts should fit.

Most Novarossi sleeves are the same size so if you want to go cheap you even can mount a N21-3T P/S set.
the internals of the 35 plus and the Eagle R9 are not inerchangable,the piston/ and sleeve are different even though they are both 9port Nova based..
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Old 12-06-2008, 12:52 AM   #843
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Just picked up the JP7l Black Firstline .21 . This is my first JP motor. How are they holding up, any comments or suggestions ?
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Old 12-25-2008, 07:11 PM   #844
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the internals of the 35 plus and the Eagle R9 are not inerchangable,the piston/ and sleeve are different even though they are both 9port Nova based..
I heard as well the 35plus21 piston and sleeve set are interchangable with the r9. So I pulled them both apart and they use some of the same parts. The head button, rod, & rear bearing have the same part numbers on them. Both sleeves seem to match up perfect. Both start with the same head shimming. I don't see why it wouldn't work.
I would probally call someone like Murnan Modified to be 100% sure.
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Anyone experienses with the new FX21 Eagle Stock series ?

- No black coated hous but still black coated crankshaft
- still ceramic bearings !
- non microcasted piston
- no fancy chanels in the sleeve (9S, the 7S still has them)

Price indication: 2/3 of the price of the normal version.
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Old 01-06-2009, 03:02 PM   #846
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Just wondering....

What is the jp version of the r1 2008 Kangaroo motor?

I really like this motor for the medium sized track I run at but I may want to give a jp version a try.

Super horsepower 9port motor are over kill on 210x110 track so I was looking for a hopped up version of the r1.

The 9 port stuff also seemed to get much less fuel mileage...but I could have been the way the guys had them tuned.

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Does anyone know if anyone has these in stock yet? Or, who is going to have them in stock? Thanks.

Click here: JP Modified 353
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Does anyone know if anyone has these in stock yet? Or, who is going to have them in stock? Thanks.

Click here: JP Modified 353

Yes I was wondering who had this available. I bet the cost of this motor will be huge though.
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It will be available through special order only.
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Sorry to correct you Sam the 353 JP is no longer availible from JP Racing,they had these engines availible because JP was importer of Novarossi in France but they are no longer the importers and they dont offer it anymore..
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Sorry to correct you Sam the 353 JP is no longer availible from JP Racing,they had these engines availible because JP was importer of Novarossi in France but they are no longer the importers and they dont offer it anymore..
Thanks for the correction, that is good to know
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Which pipe is better for the eagle 12 TL-3T, the 2620 or the 2601?
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Which pipe is better for the eagle 12 TL-3T, the 2620 or the 2601?
Definitely the JP 2620.
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Definitely the JP 2620.
Conical or standard manifold?
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Conical or standard manifold?
The JP 2620 pipe set comes standard with a JP conical manifold.
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