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  1. j321
    11-15-2017 12:12 PM - permalink
    j321
    Is it still possible to purchase TNS modified engines from thenitroshop?

    Thanks
  2. tanugs
    11-18-2016 12:19 AM - permalink
    tanugs
    Ok, I was checking out your store and the Novarossi Legend .28-8rt is the kind of engine I'm looking for. Are the OS and Novarossi engines comparable? I am definity an OS fan, thats why I wanted to convert the .28xz to rotostart but I cant seem to get any help with the correct parts.
  3. tanugs
    11-13-2016 06:38 PM - permalink
    tanugs
    Hi, I saw that you said you converted an os .28xz to roto start. How? What parts would I need? I have one and want to put it in my Losi lst xxl
  4. Rodl
    11-06-2015 04:27 PM - permalink
    Rodl
    Please reply to my reply via PM. Thanks.
  5. gmkiller1967
    06-19-2015 03:06 PM - permalink
    gmkiller1967
    Hi Neal, I am the one from the fx forum having issues with a loss of compression. I was looking for information as to a cause of failure in my fx. This engine was a modified engine purchased from CRE. If you are not the same Neal I do apologize but I was wondering if the mod could have had anything to do with the failure considering I broke it in the exact same was as my stock fx and every other engine I own. I have never had a failure this quick. any help would be appreciated and thanks in advance.
  6. Rutters
    10-29-2014 08:23 AM - permalink
    Rutters
    Hi Neal, been reading the recent banter about blocking the intake port or what I have heard called the suck hole behind the front bearing and was wondering if you had a favourite method of doing this. Engine in question is a plus4c.
    Robert
  7. D8
    10-27-2014 07:21 PM - permalink
    D8
    Mr.Neal... how many head shims come stock in the Werks B5 team line engine?
  8. kevin05
    03-21-2014 01:55 PM - permalink
    kevin05
    How's it going Neil.. I've put the 2 buggies up for sale and now I'm in the market for truggy. As for power, I've decided to take my business to you and CRE because all I hear are great things about you and crew, and I can see from reading posts that you provide second to none customer service, as well as produce top of the line engines... Now, I'm really considering the CRE nova 28-7... I have read that you recommend the 086 and I have seen the video of the 28-7 run with 086, but I have also seen the video of the 28-7 run with the JP3... I was wondering if you would like to talk about the differences between the 086 and JP3 and how they affect the 28-7... Also on a side note, I already have a JP2 and I'm curious how that would match up with the 28-7...
  9. simong8778
    01-01-2014 08:15 AM - permalink
    simong8778
    happy new year Neil, I bought you a clockwork novarossi p5 xlt-sb last spring. The engine was good for my skill. This year I want to change my werks pipe 2058 for novarossi pipe +maniflod. What will be good for me? I m a medium skill driver who lockking for a smoot buttom and strong to end!

    thank's for your time

    simon gauthier
  10. My ST-RR EVO
    05-26-2013 09:05 PM - permalink
    My ST-RR EVO
    I put up a posting about trying to get more bottom end acceleration with a Reds Team Edition 2 and 2099 pipe and xs header. You recommended a 2013 pipe which I have in my shopping cart right now. I appreciate that recommendation. Have you tried that particular pipe with the Reds TE2? Have you tried the Reds 2069 and their other headers to compare? I think I'd like to stick with Reds pipes for their engines, but I don't want to spend a fortune testing all their stuff either so that's why I'm asking. Thx bro.

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