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Old 12-16-2008, 11:59 PM   #1
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Are they anygood?
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Old 12-17-2008, 09:41 AM   #2
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IMO OPS Motors are the best motors you can buy. This is my second one and the first one was sick fast and lasted for ever. They are a little funny to tune but once you figure they like to run a little lean on the bottom your set. Check out the OPS RADICAL thread there is some good info in it. I dont know any one that has run the new OPS/RADICAL Motors who wont tell you they are one fast motor. Good luck
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fast to the point of undriveable from what i have seen of them . most refer to them as light switches they run cool and make a buttload of power for sure i am not knockin' the engine by any means but they really dont have a useable power , you give it gas and it goes
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Light switch power ummm no there power band is very smooth. They run cool with very good fuel mileage. I get over 10 mins of run time with my Hellfire with radical 621T. My RC8 gets around 8 1/2mins
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I know someone who'll sell it to me for like 130 or so, but I don't have a kit, or anything.
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