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Old 01-21-2011, 07:10 AM   #1
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can a sts .12 conrod fit a .12 novarossi engine???
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I have seen rods from an older Nova (SX12) in a STS, current models will not fit but maybe the N12T1/S1 models
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how about 12C Plus Race, its a 11.5 crank and what about the Maxpower P3, these are both older engines I have.
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