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Old 02-01-2011, 10:27 AM   #16
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It seemed odd to me, because I thought that Novarossi had reserve the rights to themselves to keep the 11.9mm version to Novarossi alone.
I don't know about this case but usually it's only for a certain amount of time. For instance, Mugen had exclusive rights to the first rear exhaust .12 for one year. Despite the fact that Nova built it, NO other rear exhaust .12's were made. After a year, Nova, RB and others all came out with one.
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I don't know about this case but usually it's only for a certain amount of time. For instance, Mugen had exclusive rights to the first rear exhaust .12 for one year. Despite the fact that Nova built it, NO other rear exhaust .12's were made. After a year, Nova, RB and others all came out with one.

That makes sense... But since there was a lot of time between the first 11.9mm and the new engines announced with 11.9 (around 4-5 years). I came to think that Novarossi refused to give their 11.9 to other re-brand manufacturers.
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we already have and chamber o-ring,
for the carburator....not have,because we use
another carburator that is modified by JP and it is
3mm lower-

also because we have testing a lot and with isolator
for our test is not really better.
also more novarossi team driver NOT use it-

but if client want,i have 50 in stock and is easy to put inside

thanks
How does your motors compare to the older jp eagle tl3t in terms of power and how does gimar jp r09 compare to the jp r9 eagle. I had both the r9 was the motor to have In 8 scale tons of topend. The .12 eagle had tons of rpms but it had no bottomend so it felt slower then my Murnan rb and novarossi engines. I would like to now because I need some new .21 engines and I am stuck between the flash special tuned and the jp gimar ro9 fully tuned 14.5mm crank or 14.mm crank? Which motor is faster overall?
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Murnans rb m3 is the best .12 on the market. It has tons of bottomend and midrange and stupid topend but the part that seperates it from other engines is it still makes runtime easy!!!!
Its funny that every time someone mentions the "m3", someone like you come on with the same comment...

I know the M3 is a good engine, that is not what I meant or used as reference to.

I was asking if the arrangement between "Top Gear" and RB, and Murnan and RB similar. Since its basically the same engine, made to the modder specs with a personalized engine heat sink.
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How does your motors compare to the older jp eagle tl3t in terms of power and how does gimar jp r09 compare to the jp r9 eagle. I had both the r9 was the motor to have In 8 scale tons of topend. The .12 eagle had tons of rpms but it had no bottomend so it felt slower then my Murnan rb and novarossi engines. I would like to now because I need some new .21 engines and I am stuck between the flash special tuned and the jp gimar ro9 fully tuned 14.5mm crank or 14.mm crank? Which motor is faster overall?
What motor do you think he will say is faster??? His motor or another company's motor??
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What motor do you think he will say is faster??? His motor or another company's motor??
Bet you he will say STS
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I write only for my brand......as normal.

in 1/8 on road the best is 14,5mm 9ports.
now I put on the market new engines,that is similar
at my old GIMAR r09 but have new light piston and little
changhe inside

in 1/10 class the new 11,9 engines have very very lot bottom power and
middle and good rpm

since 2 year that I create with JP new brand,step by step I do litle changhe to
have more power at low and middle and continue to develop all the trattment and tha accuraty that is inside JP company fro 20years.
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Money talks......

It is a shame that on yearly base new models have to be showed wile most engines are just equal to older models or do change during the year (timings/materials) without notice.
yeah i agree 100% with you i think that they should make the product as a standard it will remain the same until a new version will be out
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Phil wasnt at the Vics mate
I wasn't implying he was, just saying that the name sounds very familiar to me.

Ahh crap! I see what made u think I was referring to him!
I meant the guy with the TG RB engine pitted directly behind me, and near opposite u, Slo-MTX4 , not that I thought he was Phil - I heard his name near the end of the day, but can't remember it now.
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hello drivers,
RB have just release his new manifold called RB 2668 for 2.1 engines.
After tests and comparaison this new manifold improve power at low rpm, and throttle linearity!
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Has someone tested the new RB Circuit 11 engine?
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Has someone tested the new RB Circuit 11 engine?
Yes. It is a very fast engine.
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Yes. It is a very fast engine.
i have just break in an engine and it seems that it is a very good one.
i only have to put a 0.1mm shim under the chamber, because 2x glow plugs have been damaged after driving.
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