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Old 03-03-2009, 02:42 PM   #31
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Take care because it is not exactly like this.

RB has renamed their lines to be easier to identify which engine is for what.

9 is for 2009. All of their latest engines have 9 in their name.

!! C is for Circuit, for onroad use, not Offroad. C9 is an onroad engine !!

B9 (B = Buggy) replaces the good old C6BB Turbo L2G.
WS9 replaces WS7 Turbo L2G.
S9 (S = Serie) replaces S7 L2G.
H9 (no, not Hyper H = Hobby) replaces S5 L2G.
J9 (J = Junior) replaces S3II L2G.




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C9 = newer C6
WS9 = newer WS7

the number just designates a year it was introduced in I think
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Old 03-03-2009, 03:50 PM   #32
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Dont forget product support, i dont know anything about the RB's product support but nova is definately better than os, if you have a any problems they are more than willing to help. Cant say the same for os, if you have any problems with your motor its always your fault, ive heard plenty of bad stories.
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