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Old 10-17-2010, 05:08 PM   #16
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J What's the difference between the S09 & R09 Tuned versions
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Old 10-17-2010, 05:52 PM   #17
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Crankshaft.
S09 = 14mm diameter
R09 = 14.5mm diameter

That's about the only difference between them.

They say the R09 will have a slightly better acceleration while improving fuel consumption.
They are nearly the same. I would've thought:
R09 = race
S09 = sport ^.^
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That's correct. Also, the S09 is a little cheaper. My son and I prefer the R09 because it has the best combo of power and fuel economy.
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What is your suggestions for this track http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TVCDZwUg2lo
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Anybody knows a good pipe combi for the JP .12 MIG and the .21 R09?
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Anybody knows a good pipe combi for the JP .12 MIG and the .21 R09?
For the .21 R09 go with nova 2015 and medium manifold
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does the maxpower have the 14mm crank or 14.5? thanx...i have a new crank and wanted to pop into a new kangaroo tuned for better performance? assuming i can
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The new MAX with the new conical shaped head has the 14.5mm crankshaft, tholder XL9 TQ9 models have the 14mm crankshaft
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i have the older 14,mm. would it be benificial to throw that into a novarossi kangaroo tuned? as the crank has loads of work into it, was suggested to me by someone with a few lightyears more of experience than me..lol. kinda like yourself Roe!!
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i have the older 14,mm. would it be benificial to throw that into a novarossi kangaroo tuned? as the crank has loads of work into it, was suggested to me by someone with a few lightyears more of experience than me..lol. kinda like yourself Roe!!
If the crankpin is still in a good shape I would do that!
Just use the original crankshaft to run it in so the crankpin of the MAX will be spared from again a lot of forces. But a Kangaroo tuned could have a more advanced timing, I would go for a standard if you want to change the crankshaft.
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