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Old 06-06-2007, 07:44 PM   #1
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looking for any input on that new jammin 21 motor may run one on a new mbx5r
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Old 06-06-2007, 07:55 PM   #2
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I've had one for a little while now. I love it! Has a lot of power but is very usable power. Great fuel mileage. Definitely recommend
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Old 06-06-2007, 08:35 PM   #3
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It's a Picco P7r rebadged. At the price they are selling for it and the Werks B3 Pro are the best deals in .21 engines right now.
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Old 06-07-2007, 06:27 AM   #5
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I have 2 gallons on mine. Definitly a decent motor. JP1 pipe. Good stable/progresive power from bottom and it screams on top even with the JP1. My racing partners run Nova P5x and a REX. Very comparable. I know it is a Picco base, but looking at the porting, its not the exact same as the P7r. For the money also consider the STS MKII. Its new and it has very impressive bottom and top with a JP1. My friend has it in his Mugen and I can't pull him at any section with the Jammin motor. Nor can the Nova's pull on me with the exception of sub 7000rpm, but that is only on a super high traction clay track. Outside when traction is not insanly good they are equal, as all these motors today make so much power they easily overpower the tires grip anyway. I recomend the Jammin and the STS .21 MKII equally. MKII is 30-40 bucks less too. STS also provides super support for their porducts. They sent me 2 rebuilt motors when my engine case failed at the mounting points on both my .21b and .21t motors. STS is first rate in customer support. You can get the STS mills here: http://www.stsmicroengines.com/ or check for RC/mall on ebay for even lower prices. They are less but shipping is 2 weeks as they come from Taiwan.

I also run an STS .21T and an RB WS7II.
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By the way I have another friend that runs exactly that; the new Mugen and a Jammin .21 He got it after seeing mine run and he always liked Pico motors. Looking at the ports its a 5 port with 2 smaller helper ports. (Booster ports) Most likley is considered a 7 port motor, but feels to me much more like a 5 port. Bottom end with linear pull, but with 7 port top end.
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I believe the Jammin and the P7R have different cases and different cranks.
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I believe the Jammin and the P7R have different cases and different cranks.
as far as i know this is very true...
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It's a Picco P7r rebadged. At the price they are selling for it and the Werks B3 Pro are the best deals in .21 engines right now.
Deffineatly differnt. The timing on them is differnt, the case, the head...

The Evo 2 and the JPX.21 are both really good motors though.
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I've heard they're good motors and I'm currently running a p7
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