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Old 06-27-2008, 01:37 PM   #1
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wats the best engine for my truggy without spending alot of money
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I have the same truck. Ran a ptm go-tech 3 port r in it and it was screamin. ($265) Or you can run a jammin .21 ($220 or so) or the go tech stock .25 is in the 209-219 range. All three of these are awesome mills. Good luck with your truck, thing is awesome!
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Old 06-27-2008, 01:47 PM   #3
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yea i love it ive been running the force .28 and i can keep up with the ninjas
but its lost almost all of its compression
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If you really like your Force .28 you could send it in to OS Rocket for a pinch. If you don't want to do that take a look at the STS engines. Their 5 port pro truggy .28 is under $200. The truggy .28 (not the pro) is around $150.
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Old 06-27-2008, 02:16 PM   #5
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wat company is sts
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Ive seen some sts engines run, they are very nice and like anything if you treat them well they will last a long time. Even though that truck is heavy its not too heavy for a .21 and you will get better fuel economy compared to the .28s. The sts race I believe costs under 200 and its a screamer. In buggy one took me all day on the strait when I had my v-spec in my 8ight.
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