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Old 03-25-2008, 05:00 PM   #1
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Questions?? Motors????????????

i want to buy a motor for a mugen truggy and i am having trouble deciding
1. O.S. .28

2. .28 ninja

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Old 03-25-2008, 05:03 PM   #2
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Please, refer to the other thread!
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Old 03-25-2008, 05:12 PM   #3
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Seriously though, either of those would be an excellent choice!
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The Ninja has a smoother, longer powerband and
has an endless top end. Also, I think the Ninja will
last you alot longer.
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Ninja 28 or GRP 28
I use a 21 ninja in my 8T and it is absurdly fast
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Why not a .21? a .21 is plenty to get a mugen truggy around even the tightest of tracks, especialy if you get a good .21 like the Ninja or V-spec or something better even. but of the two .28s you mentioned I would go with the Ninja
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I would suggest a falcon 21 or 28. Its basically a ninja engine with a different crank. Plus in my opinion it looks awesome. I have the .21 and it is awesome. Very linear but definately not lacking power.
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I own OS 28, NInja 28, RB C6,Picco P7R,Go 7 port,Go 25,Jammin .21,Jammin 28 LOL !

RB C6 is a great motor, very easy to handle and very good on fuel... If your racing on clay this motor has more then enough power to win

Picco P7R.. A little more pop down low then the C6, but maybe not quite as much peak RPM...Picco carries a little more trigger hit and some complain its too much like on/off switch..others love the heavy handed feel. Also excelent on fuel

Ninja 28..very smooth, very good peak RPM, likely one of the fastest Truggy engines ever to exist..Very good on fuel for a .28 as well....These motors tend to spin tires a little harder out of the corners then the OS, but its also a little smoother accelerating and easier to handle...

OS 28. Well not as revvy as the NInja, but it carries a fair bit more low end punch, as well it gets even better mileage as the Ninja... Oddly enough the OS 28 manages to plant its torque better then any other big 28 I have ever run... The OS 28 has a very heavy counterweight which keeps its powerpulse very smooth, which allows it to plant its torque amazingly well... My modified OS 28 shoots out of the corner like its shot from a steam cannon....its top end isnt as good as a few other motors I run but it honestly doesn't need it..... This motor comes out of the corners so hard that your at peak ground speed faster then any other motor I have run...... Definitely a motor worth trying....
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