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Old 09-10-2008, 04:30 PM   #1
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im doing a little looking around ....and i think im going to be in the $200 range on a engine.. i was reading the jammin x2 test in rc driver.. and was wondering why they went with the ofna/picco 28 over the jammin .28.. what do you guys think the difference is here??

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...ducts_id/11201

this is the one they used

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...oducts_id/5099
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pretty much the same engine bud, being .28s there both wicked.
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i was kinda wondering that.. but the "ofna" is listed at a monster truck motor so i wasent sure.. glad the 1st responce was at least from someone who knows what they are talking about
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i own a picco p3 .28 and have seen a few diffrent jammin .28.


they are nasty motor's. lots of power. i dont know what ofna changed on the p3 to make the jammin. but u cant go worng either way.
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the newest JPX 28's have less overall crank timing then the P3 28 FTT.. Which would result in less power and better fuel mileage...
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the newest JPX 28's have less overall crank timing then the P3 28 FTT.. Which would result in less power and better fuel mileage...
the JPX.28 has 3.5hp and the P3 .28 has 3.3hp but both are great engines
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