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Old 08-13-2010, 01:13 PM   #1
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Default Wasp crf plug ????

looking for some advice on glo plug selection. Im in central texas day time temp is around 100 F and humid as crap im running the orion wasp crf .12 with an os rp6 plug now and the motor seems to run hot with a perfect tune juat alittle on the rich side so im guessing its the plug? im gonna try to order some of the orion plugs just wondering do i need to go to a colder plug?

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Old 08-15-2010, 07:11 AM   #2
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I run yesterday my CRF .12 NT with Team Orion ProGlow onroad plug medium, ran really well with 16% nitro. Fast lap was on par (or near at least) with the big boys (picture below, 5th on the list). I didn't retune at all, same settings thruout the raceday. Most of the other guys where running Novarossi.
I spoke with local Kyosho before the race motor getting a bit hot when running well, we discussed to add a shim to get the temps down if necessary but that wasn't the case in the race, however.
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