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Old 01-31-2005, 11:03 PM   #46
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It doesnt work how abot an email address
You can't get into the web page and click on Contact?

Email is here... [email protected]
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Old 01-31-2005, 11:12 PM   #47
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You can't get into the web page and click on Contact?

Email is here... [email protected]
No maybe there a problem with my computer, it just says cannot open page "www.ebmods.com"

thankyou for the email address though
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Old 02-01-2005, 02:29 PM   #48
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Hi the # to the shop is (570)718-0161 just ask for ED.



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Old 02-22-2005, 08:57 AM   #50
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Can somebody explain what are the effects on advancing the opening and delaying closing on crankshaft timing inlet hole?
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Old 02-22-2005, 09:40 AM   #51
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Can somebody explain what are the effects on advancing the opening and delaying closing on crankshaft timing inlet hole?
Basically advancing opening gives you more torque, retarding closing gives you more high end. Have to be carefull on the balance between both. I repeat basically.

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got a gift for my birthday, a mega zx12, 3 port race and yes it says on the box ms. wont use it until I kill my sirio evo 2 3, and 5 port and my loved mt12!
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got a gift for my birthday, a mega zx12, 3 port race and yes it says on the box ms. wont use it until I kill my sirio evo 2 3, and 5 port and my loved mt12!
What does the Mega say on the head?
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Basically advancing opening gives you more torque, retarding closing gives you more high end. Have to be carefull on the balance between both. I repeat basically.

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Well my new EB MOD motor will be here this week just in time for the SWCS in Texas. www.rcrcnt.com
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it has the mega logo, zx12, and strange kind of symbols, like L BAKCWARDS, and =, all arround a circle
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Default .21 vs .27/.28

I am currently running a OS V-spec engine in my Hot Bodies Stadium truck. The engine is tires and I am shopping for a new one.

Since Monster Trucks aren't limited to .21s, is there a dowside to running a Wasp or Sirio 28? I have also been looking at the new Picco / OFNA 27. The cost of these engines is about $190 vs $350 for a strong .21.


Can I still get the same performance with a quality Big Bore as I have from my OS . 21?

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Check it out-here one more engine modifyer http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...964488520&rd=1
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So thats 7HP from a little .12 engine turning 63000rpms. ED - Where are you going wrong.
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So thats 7HP from a little .12 engine turning 63000rpms. ED - Where are you going wrong.
Let me guess the most modifying is on the piston...lol....j/k
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