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Old 03-21-2013, 01:22 AM   #31
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Pistons Orcan on left, LL3 on right
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Side that says LR - Anyone know why or what this means?
This engine is based on the Novarossi N12LR3, which dates back to 2006 or so.
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This engine is based on the Novarossi N12LR3, which dates back to 2006 or so.
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Old 03-21-2013, 02:07 AM   #34
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More pics of the GT3C for everyone with too much time on their hands or not able to watch their lap times because of work, babysitting, weather, etc.
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2006? That was a long time ago. Can think a lot into this.
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Sam,thanks for sharing
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For the ones interested in the Orcan engines, I currently have the following offer:

http://www.capricornrc.nl/Webwinkel-...combo-set.html

The price shown includes 21% of sale tax, this will be deducted if you're located outside of the EU.
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which is the working temperature of this engine?
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which is the working temperature of this engine?
110-125C
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That procedure is followed for the engine pre-run? which is the correct way to do this?
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That procedure is followed for the engine pre-run? which is the correct way to do this?
Normally the instructions that come with the engine are too vague or are not practiced by experiences racers.

This method comes from ORCAN, is easy and works great! Just be sure to change the conrod right after break in!

http://www.rc-car-news.de/pnews_mag/...?shownews=2967
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Which are your glow plug that using on these engines? I have a glow plugs OS RP6, Are valids for this engine?
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what are your glow plug that using on these engines? I have a glow plugs OS RP6 are valids for this engine?
OS 6 works as does the OS 5.. Best for this engine is the nova 7F. Glow plugs age so don't buy old stock. Newer is better.
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which is the working temperature of this engine?
You can run the Orcan engines quite hot, at the Euros I was advised to tune them to 160C. This wasn't an issue at all, it was pretty hot though (40C).
For myself I tune them to 110C plus outside temp. So when it's only 10C outside I run it on 120C. It also depends on what kind of meter you use to temp the engine, the measurements can vary as much as 20C between different meters!.

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Which are your glow plug that using on these engines? I have a glow plugs OS RP6, Are valids for this engine?
Either run the C5TGF or C7TGH. The 5 for qualifying and the 7 for races.
Other plugs could work as well, like OS and Sirio but Orcan advises the use of Nova plugs.
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