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Old 03-15-2011, 01:35 AM   #1
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hi is that Novarossi 07601? Just want to be sure..
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Yes or the 07604 which is the ultralight version.

I have a mint MF12 for sale btw.
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Yes or the 07604 which is the ultralight version.

I have a mint MF12 for sale btw.
just wonder how much would you take for that?
i need second engine for club race so probably will stay with my just have to change bearings and rod.
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just wonder how much would you take for that?
i need second engine for club race so probably will stay with my just have to change bearings and rod.
I've send you a pm
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what about bearing sizes? Can i use it from nova 353?
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The bearings of the 353 are 11.9mm while the older non-NR branded models are only using a 11.5mm crankshaft. From what I did find out the N12T1 is based on the older Mega-MF so all parts and optionals for that motor can be used (I would not sugest the crankshaft ).
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The bearings of the 353 are 11.9mm while the older non-NR branded models are only using a 11.5mm crankshaft. From what I did find out the N12T1 is based on the older Mega-MF so all parts and optionals for that motor can be used (I would not sugest the crankshaft ).
yeah you right, or N12LL3 has 11,5 crankshaft.
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