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Old 04-10-2014, 08:11 AM   #106
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i had tried in my nova 3ST,it's work well.maybe you need to do some measuring since this engine is nova LL3 based
I am curious if you have ran the Orcan RS3 and if you have tried the 7604 (N2) rod in the Orcan RS3.
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I am curious if you have ran the Orcan RS3 and if you have tried the 7604 (N2) rod in the Orcan RS3.
i never own any ORCAN engine
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Old 04-10-2014, 07:13 PM   #108
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i had tried in my nova 3ST,it's work well.maybe you need to do some measuring since this engine is nova LL3 based
Thanks for sharing. I thought the ORCAN was LL3 based, but compared to the max and nova LL3 I came across it is not. I found out it is based on the Rex LR3, an older model that is not very well known. Engine case is squarish, not rounded by the carb like the LL3.

You are right that the LL3 can fit the 7604 rod. LR3 according to ORCAN cannot.
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Thanks for sharing. I thought the ORCAN was LL3 based, but compared to the max and nova LL3 I came across it is not. I found out it is based on the Rex LR3, an older model that is not very well known. Engine case is squarish, not rounded by the carb like the LL3.

You are right that the LL3 can fit the 7604 rod. LR3 according to ORCAN cannot.
Thanks for sharing, least i know you are using an Orcan.
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It's really important to check the conrod reguraly on the Orcan engines!.
These little engines are tuned and modified to the edge and the conrod endures loads which it never has been designed for.

I forgot to replace mine after 5 liters and this is what happened during the ENS last weekend:



It was crazy fast though, hitting 110km/h every lap.
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It's really important to check the conrod reguraly on the Orcan engines!.
These little engines are tuned and modified to the edge and the conrod endures loads which it never has been designed for.

I forgot to replace mine after 5 liters and this is what happened during the ENS last weekend:



It was crazy fast though, hitting 110km/h every lap.
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Can be rebuilded?
Unfortunately not, the conrod went through the crankcase and through the side of the piston and sleeve.
It's a real shame, don't think I will ever get a motor as fast as this one was.
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Unfortunately not, the conrod went through the crankcase and through the side of the piston and sleeve.
It's a real shame, don't think I will ever get a motor as fast as this one was.
Daan, the cranck looks bone dry, maybe try to put some oil with the methanol the next time. will cost you some speed but will last longer.

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is that piston lightened i can't tell from the pic i may get one of those too
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Thanks for sharing. I thought the ORCAN was LL3 based, but compared to the max and nova LL3 I came across it is not. I found out it is based on the Rex LR3, an older model that is not very well known. Engine case is squarish, not rounded by the carb like the LL3.

You are right that the LL3 can fit the 7604 rod. LR3 according to ORCAN cannot.
funny when i got my orcan i noticed it was LR3 based & i happened to have a new LR3 in my rc stock coincidence nice
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Hi Guys is there a difference between the cesare Rossi edition that comes with pipe shirt bag etc vs the rs3CR?
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Hi Guys is there a difference between the cesare Rossi edition that comes with pipe shirt bag etc vs the rs3CR?
Yes, engines are not the same.... The RS3CR without bag/pipe are not MH tuned... The RS3MH CR is :-)....

http://rc-netshop.dk/en/nitro-engine...st-system.html

http://rc-netshop.dk/en/nitro-engine...n-rs3-cr-.html
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