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Old 12-17-2008, 05:30 AM   #1
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Default RB C6 LG2 Murnan modified off road

Anyone has any experiance with this motor? In my opinion this could be one of the best off road engines ever made.
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Old 12-18-2008, 02:02 AM   #2
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Default Murnan modded RB C6 L2G

We have run this engine that was modded by Murnan for about 2 gal. and all I can say is WOW. the engine runs cool @210-225 with 9 to 10 min run times and much more punch than the stock one.We run ours in a Mugen Truggy,I would imagine a buggy with this mill would be awsome. Try It you will love It
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Old 12-18-2008, 02:53 AM   #3
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I run a standard C6 BB in my truggy. And its a handful. And when I run it in my buggy, and its way uncontrolable. It is fun to try though.


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Old 12-18-2008, 09:16 AM   #4
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So how much better is Murnan moded C6 vs stock C6 one. I am planning to buy that engine, so is it worth paying that extra cash? I realy need powerfull and reliable race engine for my rc8t.
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Old 12-18-2008, 10:35 AM   #5
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I mod c6 will be faster then ballssss... but it would be nice to have but not worth the money to me
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Old 12-18-2008, 10:57 AM   #6
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what are you gonna put it in?
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Old 12-18-2008, 11:47 AM   #7
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I have a modded c6 that I run in my buggy and get 9 to 10 mins out of a tank. The motor is super smooth and has tons of power. It makes driving a buggy a hand full. I also have a os speed that I run in my buggy and the c6 out performs the speed hands down. The c6 has way more bottom end punch. Just my 2 cents
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Why on earth would you want to mod that motor? I have a c6bbt l2g in my 8b, and all I can say is do you really need any more??????
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actually modding usually makes an engine smoother and more controllable, even though you get more power
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Old 12-18-2008, 12:44 PM   #10
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Well, Im gonna put it in my truggy rc8t, in the past had two grp 28(never ever again-little too fast,not reliable at all after 2nd gallon mark, just cant get it right), had two novas-Hot mod 28xr (too powerfull for racing,died after 11 gallons-very delited, the second one still running at 8 gals. ), had Axe Rossi Cobra evo x1(nice engine, but realy just not enough power, also broken conrod after 2nd gallon mark-also never ever again), now i have full moded extech24, great engine for truggy, but just wanted to try another 21 with overall more power than Axe Cobra.
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that would be a pretty good choice for truggy, you might wanna also check into the ninja jx, it has a ton of bottom they work well in truggies also, and have great top end as well
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that would be a pretty good choice for truggy, you might wanna also check into the ninja jx, it has a ton of bottom they work well in truggies also, and have great top end as well
+1 I would definately consider the ninja.

Or a novarossi plus 21-5k. You can get them for $270 on amain which is a killer deal. They normally retail for around $335. One of the smoothest most powerful engines I have owned. And you know from your experience that novas last forever.
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Why on earth would you want to mod that motor? I have a c6bbt l2g in my 8b, and all I can say is do you really need any more??????
I got it modded just to try it out and it made the motor way smoother and I like having all the power it makes racing fun for me
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well i am sure that it will have tons of power.. maybe a little to much
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actually modding usually makes an engine smoother and more controllable, even though you get more power
Smooths it out huh? It is a frightening thought that you would get or need more power with this motor. Mine doesn't seem to be very 'punchy', it seems to have a very linear power curve. I would be interested to drive one of these modded motors.
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