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Old 06-30-2007, 08:18 AM   #1
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Default Will a .28 motor fit on a 777

I know from Kyosho's website it says the 777 requires a .21 motor, but I have a Axial .28 fit in the car ok or will I have to get a different motor for the car.

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It'll fit.
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you can bolt in pretty much any big block engine there is....
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It'll fit.
It may not fit with the pull start attached. Issue of chassis clearence. May have to add spacers to the mounts.
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thanks, i still havent decided on the 777, i might go with a jammin instead
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the jammin would be a good call...
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If the Axial is pull start it will not fit you need to convert to bump box back plate
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If the Axial is pull start it will not fit you need to convert to bump box back plate
its not a pull start anymore, but i ended up going with the jammin instead and god the car flys with that axial .28, cant wait to race
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like i said jammin good call....
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