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Old 01-08-2008, 10:36 PM   #16
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out of those 4 i would go with axial 28 for sure
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Old 01-09-2008, 05:36 AM   #17
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Thumbs up There are some good ones there......

FYI - We sell all of these engines at our shop. The Dynamite and Mach engines are the same motor with a different badge. For the money they are the best running of these motors.
The Axial is right there with them. However it is unproven in longivity as compared to the other motors. We have sold and set up at least a half dozen of them and they have not had any problems.

Along the Dynamite line (SH Engines), you should highly consider the Sportworks V2 .26. This is the engine we race in our truggies because it comes with aluminum restrictors for the carbs. The Dynamite and Mach versions do not. We sell it with a pull start for $129.99 and if you need a back plate it is $16. It comes with a pull start.
We have ran this line of engines for gallons and gallons under the harshest of conditions and have never had a problem.

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I have one of the v2 .21's and it plain rips. The .26 is just as good.
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Props for teh sportwerks .26 as well, it rips
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the Dynamite Mach 28 and the Hyper Mach 28 are two completely different engines, made in completely different factories...The Hyper Mach engines are made by Kingstar engines, the same people who make Axial and the HPI 4.6 engines( which are also the same engine) ....unfortunately the Hyper Mach engines are terrible motors and I would recommend people to stay as far away as possible... The dynamite Mach 28 is a SH built engines, and is a very strong runner in the price range, and would easily be my pick out of the engines you listed..as it will most likely be a stronger performer then the others on the list......... The Dynamite Mach 28 is just a re badged SH 28 3 port...the Dynamite Platinum 28 is just a re badged SH 28 P6...........
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now it is basically between 2. the axial .28 and the sportswerks v2 .28
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if it were me, I would get the sportwerks
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I would choose between the axial .28 or the hyper mach .28. Iv used the mach .28 before and i think its a pretty good performance engine considering the price.
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dynamite, mach, losi427, Sportwerks
All come from the same place.
all are good for the money
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