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Old 09-21-2004, 01:13 AM   #91
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whats up eddie and anthony.
this is mckrooz's bro.
I am here! hey bro how you doing? I know I need to spend more time at the track, but lately things just havent been right for me! first my knee reconstruction surgery then moving home, then super super busy at work then I had car problems and such!

The good things are knee getting better, already moved into the new place, car is fixed but work still super busy!
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I have been very busy too, I'm sorry I couldn't come to track and leave your car in the dust Eddie, jk

My car is modified to my financial limits and it should be turning 18's on average. Hope I go soon, but the way things are going I'll be busy for the next couple of months.
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I am here! hey bro how you doing? I know I need to spend more time at the track, but lately things just havent been right for me! first my knee reconstruction surgery then moving home, then super super busy at work then I had car problems and such!

The good things are knee getting better, already moved into the new place, car is fixed but work still super busy!
The knee's a bummer. I stretched some ligaments a couple yrs ago but time healed it. Like brand new now. I'm starting my weekend job again so probably wont see you guys regularly until mid Dec. Take care of that knee. R.I.C.E...Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation..Or is it too late for that. Oh well, FYI for the future.
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Old 09-21-2004, 11:53 PM   #94
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To some of the guys that race at Crystal Park. There is a new hobby shop near my house that sells our favorite Mono Tuning products for cheap. All the tires are less than $10. The heads are $24. They also have Proto Form Alfa Romeo, Mazda 6 and Stratus for $17. He's shop is still new so the inventory is low right now. He will be carrying Kyosho, Mugen parts and O'donnel fuel. Check him out. His name is Jo Jo and a very nice guy. 562 403 2168.

Southland Hobbies in Lakewood.
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Old 10-05-2004, 01:20 AM   #95
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would anyone know or ever tried fitting a jp racing piston and sleeve & crankshaft into an rb concept rody x12??? i cracked open my jp racing rs-12 last sunday and i have a bnew spare rb engine block... i'm trying to look for a jp engine block or just the regular novarossi rs-12 block but luck seems to hide from me. they look the same but i'm worried the timing might change. pls help. PM me if anyone would know if it would fit.
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Old 10-05-2004, 08:16 AM   #96
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would anyone know or ever tried fitting a jp racing piston and sleeve & crankshaft into an rb concept rody x12??? i cracked open my jp racing rs-12 last sunday and i have a bnew spare rb engine block... i'm trying to look for a jp engine block or just the regular novarossi rs-12 block but luck seems to hide from me. they look the same but i'm worried the timing might change. pls help. PM me if anyone would know if it would fit.
Both engines have 11mm cranks, so everything is interchangable without problems. JP RS12 = RB X12.

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Old 10-05-2004, 08:26 PM   #97
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How about a NS12 crank in a V12?
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How about a NS12 crank in a V12?
Crank as in crankshaft or crankcase?

Crankshaft should work fine since both are 11.5 mm. Just that the timings may be a little different.

Both crankcase are the same.
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has anybody here tried the rb k12 turbo engine se? what is the horse power and max rpm on it?
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