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Old 05-31-2007, 01:55 PM   #1
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ok i know this question has been asked a 100 times but what i need to know is which engine would give the best acceleration in a drag race could be any size any price will be going in a kyosho mp777 sp2. i have an rb c6bb is there anything faster.

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Old 05-31-2007, 04:40 PM   #2
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Why you "need to know" this? These types of posts just cause problems are foolish and serve no purpose.
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Old 05-31-2007, 04:52 PM   #3
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a turbo head c6 an sw7 or an s7. just needs to be a long enough race for the 7 ports to catch it. in my mugens my c6 from a dead start to about 3/4 top end walks away from the seven ports on top end however they catch up but not too quickly. also depends on how you tune it. c6 has a 14 tooth pinion the s7 has a 13
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Old 05-31-2007, 07:53 PM   #4
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" why you so silly, you no want engine advice, you want Hot Pocket"

O.S V-Spec As far as price and performance goes, it's tops easily. Carb holds a tune reguardless of what you put it through and Idles like no other. Even if it's way out of tune, it still manages to run . Gas mileage when paired up with an O.S. 2050, OR 2060 pipe, is unreal. I've seen people run 9 minutes on one tank in 1/8th buggy.

Mine is still relatively new, so I'm running rather rich.

The top and bottom end power coupled with the previouse statements makes this engine the most reliable one on the market. plus $269 is a hard price to beat.
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Old 06-01-2007, 08:02 AM   #5
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ok thanks for the replys
the reason i neede to know is that i am going to a 3 day bash soon. no track racing just silly bashes and one is a drag race for 1/8 buggies. i am running a c6bb with 2045 pipe in at the moment. but if there was something better i would have gone out and bought it just for the race.


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The C6BB is probably one of the fastest unmodified engines out there in the .21 class.
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The C6BB is probably one of the fastest unmodified engines out there in the .21 class.
x2 i detune mine and so far i dont get whipped down any corner or straight infact i usually pull them when i get traction lol
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Truely the fastest motors i've ran or have seen run are the 421b's (6bolt head) with the correct pipe they were untouchable but hard on fuel.
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cheers lads for the engine advice. can anyone give me some setup advice now. obviously cornering is not an issue or fuel consumption. diff setup i was thinking of a realy heavy diff oil in the cetre and rear for extra grip to stop the fronts ballooning. also tyre's which would be best the drag race will be run on short grass.

thanks again for all the advice

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RBC6 gets my vote!!!
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