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Old 05-22-2008, 11:24 AM   #1
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I am planning on getting a new motor for my Jammin Truggy and was wondering your opinions on the best for it. Thanks
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every one will have a motor they think is great and someone els will hate,,somemotors can be kinda luck of the draw, but ive see most constant runs and life with the os vspec
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Yeah thats what I have looking towards getting. What ya think .21 or .28
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What ya think .21 or .28
the v-spec is only a .21
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Yeah I just notice that when I was looking for prices. Thats cool I heard alot of nice things about them.
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You're going to get hammered by 50 different opinions. So be ready for it...

I'd recommend a .28 in the Jammin. It is a bit heavier than some of the other truggies out there, and IMO it will benefit from the extra torque that the .28's will give you. I've ran the Picco (very driveable and fast, good run time), the Nova 528 (simply the baddest engine I've ever driven, almost too much, and not so great on run time), and the Ninja .28 (Almost Nova strong, decent run time), and I've not driven the OS but seen it, and would rate it right with the Ninja for power band, and run time...

Hope this helps...

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