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Old 03-04-2009, 09:05 AM   #1
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Default New Ninja JX Engine w/ LTWT Head

Looking for impressions of the new engine.

I had the original JX and was really pleased with it, no complaints. I'm currently running the new NovaRossi Plus 4 Buggy Engine and absolutley love it!

That said, I like trying new things and was wondering if the new JX was worth a shot.

Thanks!
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Old 03-04-2009, 09:07 AM   #2
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I think the only difference between the b01 and the b01a is the lightened head. And maybe a venturi? I'm sure some JX guys will clear it up.
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its just the head and a 7mm restrictor instead of the 8mm
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its just the head and a 7mm restrictor instead of the 8mm
+1 same engine new look

Just a few holes drilled in the head and a smaller restrictor.
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the JX .21 B01 is the better deal, unless you need a lighter head and smaller insert, the motor is so fast and reliable, we run the Bo1 in truggy and it is wicked fast. our Pro Twister B01 comes with the milled head, no extra charge run a JP3 or 2060 and you will be very happy with it, and it will last, can't beat the DLC crank. Good Luck
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Old 03-04-2009, 08:03 PM   #6
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my brother just broke his in and it looks like its gonna be crazy fast so you say jp3 workes good with it thats good cuz we got one
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my brother just broke his in and it looks like its gonna be crazy fast so you say jp3 workes good with it thats good cuz we got one
Yes it works real good, play with carb insert's to help with runtimes if you need it.
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