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Old 01-10-2009, 06:34 PM   #1
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I've got a Sportwerks V2 .21 engine that I've been real happy with. I was thinking of getting another one but they've been dropped at AMain. I'm pretty sure that the Sportwerks engines are manufactured by SH.

Can anybody tell me what the closest engine in the SH lineup to the Sportwerks V2 would be?

Also, is there an SH engine that is similar to the Dynamite XP?

Any other SH engines that you guys can recommend? Thanks.
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Old 02-01-2009, 03:27 PM   #2
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I've got a Sportwerks V2 .21 engine that I've been real happy with. I was thinking of getting another one but they've been dropped at AMain. I'm pretty sure that the Sportwerks engines are manufactured by SH.

Can anybody tell me what the closest engine in the SH lineup to the Sportwerks V2 would be?

Also, is there an SH engine that is similar to the Dynamite XP?

Any other SH engines that you guys can recommend? Thanks.
The PT 2008XB would be an even better engine than the Sportwerks V2 .21.
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Old 02-01-2009, 03:40 PM   #3
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You have come to the right place my friend!!! Sh engines are some of the best in the industry!!

The new Dynamite XP is a great engine and has more power that the v2, a better deal right now is this bad boy


http://z-carstore.com//catalog/produ...products_id=43

Same as the dynamite but one less port, which for offroad is a bit better,basically the same engine

I have been running SH engines 4 years, with, really no complaints

In my eyes they are all great engines, but the new dyna and the 8 port I showed you have putty filled cranks and updated carbs!!

Get it you will love it!!!!!
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sh engines are easy,reasonable&reliable. i was sry to see that the v2's are gone too. have to use this thread/links in future for reference
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Really good engines...great price. They make great power, tune well and last long.
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http://z-carstore.com//catalog/produ...a29b1f34d3489c
^ try that one, you will NOT be dissapointed.
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I have a couple questions for those who have ran the SH .21 mentioned in the previous posts...
1. What pipe combos have you had success with - small/tight tracks as well as larger/open tracks?

2. I know a lot of factors come into play, but what kind of run times are you getting? Are you happy with the run time compared to other engines? Is anyone getting 7.5 minutes consistantly?

Thanks for the help
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If the SH is your thang.

http://www.hobbypeople.net:80/gallery/147007.asp

or

http://www.hobbypeople.net:80/gallery/147006.asp

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sportwerks, dynamite, and sh are all the same engines. so it dont mater what one you pick.
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I have a couple questions for those who have ran the SH .21 mentioned in the previous posts...
1. What pipe combos have you had success with - small/tight tracks as well as larger/open tracks?

2. I know a lot of factors come into play, but what kind of run times are you getting? Are you happy with the run time compared to other engines? Is anyone getting 7.5 minutes consistantly?

Thanks for the help
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