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Old 05-16-2008, 11:47 PM   #1
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Questions?? FASTEST .28?????????????

I AM LOOKING FOR A NEW MOTOR BUT DONT KNOW WITCH ONE TO BUY??

I WANT TO MOST FASTEST AND SICKEST MOTOR OUT THERE

I DONT CARE ABOUT THE MONEY...

I JUST WANT THE FASTEST AND BEST MOTOR OUT THERE..

WHAT WEBSITE CAN I GET IT??????

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One of my modified OS28's would be untouchable !!!

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I have seen a few of the OS 28's go and geezus they fly!

And have the typical os reliability.
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Old 05-17-2008, 03:48 AM   #4
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Used to be the Nova 528. But the OS just plain is INSANE!!
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I saw someone with the OS in a truggy. He would burn up rear tires in one day. But with all that power he was never realy in control. More like point and shoot. And a tank of fuel in 3 min. But, oh my, it was FAST.
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I saw someone with the OS in a truggy. He would burn up rear tires in one day. But with all that power he was never realy in control. More like point and shoot. And a tank of fuel in 3 min. But, oh my, it was FAST.
The OS is king at this point as far as brutality and sheer power, yes you will destroy tires, runtimes as far as i have seen are decent, i was going 7.5 with our test mill when it was stock, it's getting better on time though. But this is what your looking for if you want all out insanity for sure.
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Old 05-17-2008, 07:42 AM   #7
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my modified 28 has no issues clocking 10 minutes in race conditions(Canadian Winter Nationals).....the run time was better then many of the .21's we were running against.....I have no explanation why other then the OS is so strong your only at half throttle most of the time.........
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my modified 28 has no issues clocking 10 minutes in race conditions(Canadian Winter Nationals).....the run time was better then many of the .21's we were running against.....I have no explanation why other then the OS is so strong your only at half throttle most of the time.........
Only 10, you have some work to do my friend, this motor requires so little throttle input and with a 6.5 or 7 mm carb insert the runtimes are awesome for a motor like this, we have also gone up on clutch bells to help smooth it out, works wonders.
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Only 10, you have some work to do my friend, this motor requires so little throttle input and with a 6.5 or 7 mm carb insert the runtimes are awesome for a motor like this, we have also gone up on clutch bells to help smooth it out, works wonders.



What do you mean I have some work to do ?
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What do you mean I have some work to do ?
LOL nothing man i'm messin with ya, thats good time for a modded .28
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LOL nothing man i'm messin with ya, thats good time for a modded .28
thanks Brian !!

on this forum you never know what people mean..

I agree tho, the limited throttle input is where the mileage comes from....... this is a fully re-timed drag motor, its timing is now closer to a onroad .21 then anything else..so when it gets on pipe things get out of hand really quick..so on the track all you can do is give the motor gentle spurts of trigger...anything more and your running people down.... definitely not a track motor LOL !!!!!!!
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lol i hear ya, i returned your pm
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I AM LOOKING FOR A NEW MOTOR BUT DONT KNOW WITCH ONE TO BUY??

I WANT TO MOST FASTEST AND SICKEST MOTOR OUT THERE

I DONT CARE ABOUT THE MONEY...

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WHAT WEBSITE CAN I GET IT??????

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Old 05-17-2008, 02:59 PM   #14
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MOdded GRP 28 FTW
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RB TM928. This motor will break drivetrain parts and destroy clutches; in stock form.
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