ARC engine

Brett S

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The ARC's often used the 213 Rotax rod that was very good...
There is still available watercooled cylinders of the PP52 variety(not the large transfer Yammy copy) which offer a substantial improvement in power and are a direct bolt on...
 

arc100

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The ARC's often used the 213 Rotax rod that was very good...
There is still available watercooled cylinders of the PP52 variety(not the large transfer Yammy copy) which offer a substantial improvement in power and are a direct bolt on...
Who has them Brett? J&A?
 

Brett S

New member
Yep J&A still has a pile of them, although don't think there is any heads for them, you'd have to weld up a mod2 head. I do believe Anthony made some billet heads, dunno if he has any more.
As for Rotax rod's maybe IKD? or AGS otherwise i suppose the IAME stuff is what you want. You tried the Riggheti ones?
 

arc100

Member
Yep J&A still has a pile of them, although don't think there is any heads for them, you'd have to weld up a mod2 head. I do believe Anthony made some billet heads, dunno if he has any more.
As for Rotax rod's maybe IKD? or AGS otherwise i suppose the IAME stuff is what you want. You tried the Riggheti ones?
Do righetti make ica quality rods? AGS don't have any complete rod kits. I need the complete kit to make sure I get the correct clearance for the big end bearing fit.
 

flattop1

Dawg 89
Some form of water cooled kt100 or copy there of .
I've seen the talked about on here .
That's the extent of my knowledge .
Looks un-ran .
 
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