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Old 10-19-2014, 01:45 PM   #1
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Hi guys,
I have to buy a new motor for modified, I came from a x20 4.5 and with hot weather I struggle to run as fast as other drivers, so I need a suggestion between two paticular motor:
-muchmore fleta zx
-xerun v10
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any experience is well accepted
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I have yet to see a more precisely or well built motor than the Xerun V10's. Not to mention their workhorses that can take some serious punishment. I'm sure the MM motors are good, I just have no experience with them. Run the std rotor with the timing on the motor set to 30* and go to town!! Check the V10 thread in a bit and I'll have my most recent 4.5 set ups posted for a large fast track and smaller parking lot club type tracks.

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I ran this summer my V10 5.5t powered touring car on a big 1:8 style track and I have to say just waow, the motor flies, I can add 64 of timing (boost + turbo) with no heat, the most I ran is 85C.

Plus this motor is super smooth and react very well to timing changes. It is the absolute beast I think

Yesterday was the first indoor meeting and with the proper set-up, it was just fabulous.

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Thanks to all guys,
I'm curios to see some comparison on these two motor
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Old 10-21-2014, 01:21 PM   #5
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Somebody could give some advise on the reedy mach2?
PS some other experiences with the xerunv10?
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