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Old 05-19-2009, 05:40 PM   #196
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I ran the XL9 TQ and it is BADAZZZZZZZZZZ Boyz
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I checked there as well, not many people running 'the beast' i saw today 1.00 mm i will try, seems to me a little adjustment at this point might be perfect, altho if it needed to be around 1.5 would of been nice to hear so i can dig into other things that need fine tuning...NEW CARS..LOL
Try 1.2 and .3 end gap
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Old 05-22-2009, 05:07 PM   #199
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FLYWEIGHTS DRILLED AT 4MM GOOD FOR THAT?
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Which clutch and what spring?
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Old 05-23-2009, 03:05 AM   #201
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FLYWEIGHTS DRILLED AT 4MM GOOD FOR THAT?
2 x 3mm holes for me and mugen black ultra hard spring.
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Old 05-24-2009, 06:20 PM   #202
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Which clutch and what spring?
MSR and 4D.. i also am runnin the 16, 20pinion combo, i need to step those up a tooth each as well...seems everyone at my racks running that combo with LESSER motors? stock spurs and 16/20
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That would be hard to say i don't think all three of the motors make more power then we would ever need. I have found out that a that a motor with a smooth power band allows you to drive faster lap times. I have a bunch of high horsepower motors mm353 etc. The murnan does have a much harder hitting bottom end then all of my other motors. But i am faster with my eagle. For example i run a evo 2 wc, the other guys normally run 17/23/ 60/55 with there other motors. With the eagle i run 16/22 60/56 at 301 raceway and the motor just keeps pulling down the back straight. the eagle revs higher then any of the other .12 on the market but that does not mean it is the fastest. The mm353 fills faster because it has good bottom end and good top end but it requires good throttle control to be consistent.
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Old 05-25-2009, 01:50 PM   #204
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MSR and 4D.. i also am runnin the 16, 20pinion combo, i need to step those up a tooth each as well...seems everyone at my racks running that combo with LESSER motors? stock spurs and 16/20
I would start at 3.5mm holes set the clutch gap at .4mm and the spring at .9mm. If that puts a smile on your face and you want more, tighten the nut .1mm at a time. When you find the sweat spot check your carb and rear radio tray support for clutch dust. If you see a bunch of dust drill the fly weight holes .25mm bigger reset the clutch nut and run again.
Gears; 16/49 or 48 depending on traction seam to be the "bread and butter" choice. Second gear for starters with say 72-73mm rears you will want the engine to run out of rpm WITH OUT IT LAYING OVER say 15-20ft from where you'll let off of the throttle at the end of the longest straight. That will be the fastest setup but not necessarily the quickest depending on what is going on in the in-field...
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I ran the XL9 TQ and it is BADAZZZZZZZZZZ Boyz
Yes the XL9 TQ is awesome to bad I turned a the FASTEST LAP with the XL7!!!!! I guess no matter what MAX Power is the only way to go!

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Not to mention getting an award too....................

The fastest lap doesn't mean you won the race!
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Hi guys, Anyone tried the XL7? how's it compare to the XL9TQ?
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Hi guys, Anyone tried the XL7? how's it compare to the XL9TQ?
Try it, you won't be disappointed, specially if the track you run at has no more than 200 feet straightaway, this engine have more bottom than the XL9 TQ.
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Not to mention getting an award too....................

The fastest lap doesn't mean you won the race!
but, it damm sure is a GREAT accomplishment, congrats to you bro//'/
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Hi Guys, Does anyone knows which novarossi 21 Size model underhead is exchangable with the XL9TQ?? I realise that even the XL7 & XL9TQ underhead has different part number...Pls advice
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