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Old 11-06-2013, 05:41 PM
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Sorry number is 37r not 36r
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Originally Posted by Cspencer225
Anyone know where I could get a piston and sleeve for a v12 rody? I believe the part number is 1700-0036r?
Not sure which one u have but Murnan has the R3 p/s set in stock. V12 Rody is one of the R3 engines.

Here is his link for that P/S. Call him he will set you straight.

http://www.murnanmodified.com/produc...roducts_id=221
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Where can I find a piston/sleeve for a T10rc? I damaged mine changing the rod, I'm really mad about it too
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Originally Posted by JOE SI
Where can I find a piston/sleeve for a T10rc? I damaged mine changing the rod, I'm really mad about it too
Send it to RayA this guy is incredible with repairs and such.

Had a buddy butcher his piston changing the wrist pin and Ray fixed it I was shocked.
What do you have to loose except the price of shipping.

Here is his direct link and his rctech thread, check out how everyone is so happy with his work

http://www.rayaracing.com/orderresize.htm

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http://www.rctech.net/forum/offroad-...g-tooling.html

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Originally Posted by *1speedy
Send it to RayA this guy is incredible with repairs and such.

Had a buddy butcher his piston changing the wrist pin and Ray fixed it I was shocked.
What do you have to loose except the price of shipping.

Here is his direct link and his rctech thread, check out how everyone is so happy with his work

http://www.rayaracing.com/orderresize.htm

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http://www.rctech.net/forum/offroad-...g-tooling.html

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Wish I knew about this guy 2weeks ago!!!
I'd have this motor for Kissimmee as a back up. I'm really happy I went with RB this season, great reliable motors
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Old 11-13-2013, 07:59 PM
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Default Rodey V-12 (5 Port)

just bought a NIB 5 port and cannot wait to break it in and compare it to my
JP Modified NR (5 port). have always ran JP's (.12 &.21) have seen a few .21 rodey's and they were monsters.
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Anyone knows a r7 conrod can be used in the latest cxr21 on road engine?
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Originally Posted by choisan
Anyone knows a r7 conrod can be used in the latest cxr21 on road engine?
The part number differs ... unless you know, if there is a way to measure it, otherwise stick with RB CONCEPT CONROD 01122-C.
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Old 05-04-2014, 05:55 AM
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Thanks bro, rb parts are rarely found in my country.
But my most concern are the sizes of its bearings. Are they also the same as NR, special size?
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Originally Posted by choisan
Thanks bro, rb parts are rarely found in my country.
But my most concern are the sizes of its bearings. Are they also the same as NR, special size?
We are lucky to have a distributor here, Hobbylink Singapore. Maybe can contact them.

Again, I advise to measure them first to be safe. According to their website, their rear is 14.5 and front 7x 19 Z special.. that's all. I think Nova have these sizes, but measure them to be safe.

From what I know, in the past RB was Nova based, till a couple or more years back (not verified). They also kinda lost focus on On-road and do Off-road more. The parts now are different and so hard to get in this part of the world. Nonetheless, they produced good engines.
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thanks! yeah, i hate the odd size super expensive bearing. this is why they(NR & RB) lost customer.
bro, you don't come to hk for thre km hijacked femca?
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Originally Posted by choisan
thanks! yeah, i hate the odd size super expensive bearing. this is why they(NR & RB) lost customer.
bro, you don't come to hk for thre km hijacked femca?
LOL... Nope. But I missed racing in HK at the old ACO track.
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Originally Posted by choisan
Anyone knows a r7 conrod can be used in the latest cxr21 on road engine?
The R7 is the same rod but only the hole for the crankpin differs. A Nova is 5.00mm and the RB is a tiny bit larger, I believe 5.02mm

I did it once:



An 5mm diamond dremel bit did fit tight in the hole and just with 3 counts powered by a Dremel it did fit the RB crankpin.
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We have only 1 GP track left here
, but it's still a good track.
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Originally Posted by Roelof
The R7 is the same rod but only the hole for the crankpin differs. A Nova is 5.00mm and the RB is a tiny bit larger, I believe 5.02mm

I did it once:



An 5mm diamond dremel bit did fit tight in the hole and just with 3 counts powered by a Dremel it did fit the RB crankpin.
Thanks so much for your help. Any comment on its featured direct intake system? Seems exclusive for or from rb.
But the expensive scares me away from not buying it yet
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