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Old 09-02-2017, 12:27 AM
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Originally Posted by dan_vector
Exactly that's my point. Novarossi's come from the factory set at 16% nitro as we run in europe. Some of the latest engines also come with a different head button for use with 25%+ nitro. So if you are running 25% nitro and running the engine out the box that maybe why you are blowing plugs so easily and so adding the 0.1mm shim would help. I mean even if I get the top end a fraction lean I still don't blow the plug - sure I change it as a precaution if the element looks a bit dry or grey but I don't usually blow the plug.

Anyway we probably shouldn't be hijacking Rody's thread discussing Novarossi's! Best to continue debating about this if we want over on the Novarossi thread. Sorry Rody!!
are u talking about .21 motor or .12 I'm talking about .21 don't know about Europe but every .21 motor for the usa is set for 25% not 16 and that's 100% certain... its also right on nova site that its set for 25% again I said what the issue was with the leaning sometimes with the weather but before I mess with the burn of the motor I will use the os plug....
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oh yeah see u on nova thread or start a new one the ralph and dan show!!! lol
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Originally Posted by dan_vector
Exactly that's my point. Novarossi's come from the factory set at 16% nitro as we run in europe. Some of the latest engines also come with a different head button for use with 25%+ nitro. So if you are running 25% nitro and running the engine out the box that maybe why you are blowing plugs so easily and so adding the 0.1mm shim would help. I mean even if I get the top end a fraction lean I still don't blow the plug - sure I change it as a precaution if the element looks a bit dry or grey but I don't usually blow the plug.

Anyway we probably shouldn't be hijacking Rody's thread discussing Novarossi's! Best to continue debating about this if we want over on the Novarossi thread. Sorry Rody!!
Thanks Dan,
Indeed I am here to try and give assistance to my brand VS Racing engines.

Some rules in general for the glowplugs breaking or blowing.
    • If the wire is looking dull and does not light up anymore, the engine has been lean, check the piston and see if the top of the piston is not like sandblasted. If not you are still OK but you need to richen up the main-needle
    • If the wire is gone, in general the piston is also sandblasted.
      Or your engine has been very lean, or something is wrong inside the engine(bearings, too much play on the conrod), in any case stop using it if you do not want it to fail.
    • If the wire is distorded after only a little use of the engine then you need to add an extra shim of 0.1mm to avoid this.

    Hope this info has cleared up some thing and yes please keep this thread a VS Racing engine thread.
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    hey rody do u have any modified os 2103 ready yet for sale?

    thanks
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    Originally Posted by ralphierace13
    hey rody do u have any modified os 2103 ready yet for sale?

    thanks
    Yes, you can find them here: OS R2103
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    Originally Posted by VS_Rody
    Yes, you can find them here: OS R2103
    But are u making a vs version?
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    Originally Posted by ralphierace13
    But are u making a vs version?
    Not possible yet. Since the OS R2103 has just been released and the changes are minor compared to the VSR02 I first want to test the new configuration myself to see what to do next.
    In the meantime I have made available for sales some of the OSR2103 engines just released and available on my website worldchampionproducts.com
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    Originally Posted by VS_Rody
    Not possible yet. Since the OS R2103 has just been released and the changes are minor compared to the VSR02 I first want to test the new configuration myself to see what to do next.
    In the meantime I have made available for sales some of the OSR2103 engines just released and available on my website worldchampionproducts.com
    my next race is not till the us nitro cup in florida in December, do u think u would have a mod version by then I can wait a little for one ??
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    Originally Posted by ralphierace13
    my next race is not till the us nitro cup in florida in December, do u think u would have a mod version by then I can wait a little for one ??
    I will decide what to do after the IFMAR Worlds which starts next week. Then I think it should be possible to have something before December.
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    Originally Posted by VS_Rody
    I will decide what to do after the IFMAR Worlds which starts next week. Then I think it should be possible to have something before December.
    thank you
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    HI Rody for the last 10 years i have only ever used os speed motors in all my cars, whether it be 1/8 onroad or 1/8 offroad or 1/10 nitro, and after reading all the positive comments about your engines i have decided to pull the trigger on your vs r2102 engines, my question is were can i expect to see biggest difference over my os 2102, for example should it expect to see a better bottom, mid, or top and should i expect to see better mileage. Cheers
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    Originally Posted by HSV427
    HI Rody for the last 10 years i have only ever used os speed motors in all my cars, whether it be 1/8 onroad or 1/8 offroad or 1/10 nitro, and after reading all the positive comments about your engines i have decided to pull the trigger on your vs r2102 engines, my question is were can i expect to see biggest difference over my os 2102, for example should it expect to see a better bottom, mid, or top and should i expect to see better mileage. Cheers
    Hi HSV427,
    To be honest, no I do not think that there will be major difference, only small differences can be obtained today. Since the VSR02 has some modifications made to the crankshaft and combustion chamber there will be better power in the bottom and mid-range normally
    Mileage should be about the same but this depends also a lot on your way of driving.
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    hi rody,so many diffrent pipe combos on your website could you do us a comparison to help chose the right one
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    Originally Posted by rick oxley
    hi rody,so many diffrent pipe combos on your website could you do us a comparison to help chose the right one
    VS302098M2001
    Power*****
    Fuelconsumption***

    VS302115M32
    Power****
    Fuelconsumption***

    VS302069M32
    Power***
    Fuelconsumption****

    Please note that the * are just to give an indication on the difference. The difference itself is very little between the combo's.
    Hope this has helped you further.
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    Rody you also develop the carburetors for your engines?
    Or are the originals of the brand where the engines are manufactured?


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