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Will this work on the 27.2cc Zenoah?

Discussion in 'HPI Baja' started by Jeremy1976, Feb 22, 2007.

  1. Jeremy1976

    Jeremy1976 Well-Known Member

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    From what I read it will fit on the 26cc so I think it should work on the 27.2cc. Says it helps with low end. I am getting the 27.2 for more top end so I think adding this will strengthen up the low end a little then I should be good on both ends. http://www.davesmotors.com/store/product2046.html Comments are welcome. Thanks
     
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    Yes that will help loads fella fg do the same thing but in tuning plastic! But it's a good hop up! You can also get the carb spacing kit which is another good mod and cheap aswell!!
     
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    don't forget to try the NGK irridium spark plugs in your new motor! And try to get your hands on a engine plate they do them for the zenoah and the cy engines! The engine plates let the air circulate around around the air alot lot more resuluting in cooler running and better still a bit more power!!!!
     
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    Any links to these engine plates? Thanks for the input.
     
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    Jeremy1976 Well-Known Member

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    Trust me there will be pictures of it and then all the other crap I am ordering for it laying next to it! :santa:
     
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    Sounds like you got to much money LOL but good on you fella:cool2:
     
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    I have been saving for quite some time and I just need my taxes to have the rest. Hey, when I do things I do them right!;) I would rather save the money and get everything at once and put just one big order in to DDM.
     
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    Thats the best way to do it i don't know how to put a link on here but the part NO. for the zenoah engine sheild in fg is 7333 and the cy is 7333/1 just find a site who does fg sorry i couldn't be more helpfull dude! but they do work really well and try the carb spacing kit that keeps the carb cooler!!
     
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    Marder69, if you look in the reply box under the word 'message:' , there's a block of items, goto the one w/globe & looks like sunglasses(it represents link), you click on that & paste your link in the pop up.
     
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    Thanks for that dude!!!!!!!:cool2:
     
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    You're welcome.
     
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    hey marder69 you can not use NGK irridium spark plugs in the baja plug is too tall there is a cover on the roll cage right over the spark plug
     
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    7333/01 is the substitute for 7333 which is not avail anymore.
    http://www.rcnutshobbies.com/search.cgi?keywords=7333
     
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    Shame about you cant use the irridium plugs guys! They are so much better!!!
     
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    cheap tuning tips ??

    hi has any one got any fg cheap tuning tips as this is not a cheap hobby !
     
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    What tuning tips are you meaning? Are they engine tuning or part upgrades?