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    Modified Nitro Engines

    Not sure what forum this goes in, but anyways. I was curious as to if you could use, say a .26 sleeve inside the S-25. But of course some minor mods would be necessary or atleast it seems it would too me.

    anyway ever wondered this or tried it?
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    RE: Modified Nitro Engines

    Ive tried it on my buddys and it worked for a little and then he drove it off a ramp into the lake 2min after.

    So im guessing if you put all the other parts neccessary also the it also might work ( MY HYPOTHOSIS )

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    RE: Modified Nitro Engines

    ORIGINAL: crazypyro013

    Not sure what forum this goes in, but anyways. I was curious as to if you could use, say a .26 sleeve inside the S-25. But of course some minor mods would be necessary or atleast it seems it would too me.

    anyway ever wondered this or tried it?
    I don't know about all .26's but I do know the sleeve from the Wasp will not fit. The entire case is wider on the Wasp .26.....
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    RE: Modified Nitro Engines

    The extra compression would proberably bend the con rod or crack the casing on the 25 engine
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    RE: Modified Nitro Engines

    ORIGINAL: tegwin

    The extra compression would proberably bend the con rod or crack the casing on the 25 engine

    i figured that much...

    i was just a tid bit curious about doing that, i guess i'll try it on my old .15fe engine, i'll try swapping a .18 sleeve and piston and rod, and all that great stuff.... when its finished i shall report back about it
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    RE: Modified Nitro Engines

    Sounds kind of crazy but what the hell. Good luck crazy RC character!
    ORIGINAL: crazypyro013

    Not sure what forum this goes in, but anyways. I was curious as to if you could use, say a .26 sleeve inside the S-25. But of course some minor mods would be necessary or atleast it seems it would too me.

    anyway ever wondered this or tried it?

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    RE: Modified Nitro Engines

    modified? What the hell does that mean?

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