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Old 03-10-2009, 10:53 PM   #46
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How about the hyper 21 8 port .... remember im new to tuning
The Hyper .21 8 port is an awesome engine and dont let anyone tell you differently.. I have been using them for years and just recently started running the expensive racing engines, and I wonder why sometimes...but you asked for the best $200 engine, and that is hands down a Novarossi.. for a good reliable back up that is fast as hell, easy to tune and lasts forever..try the Hyper
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Old 03-10-2009, 11:01 PM   #47
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It seems pretty clear to me what i should do .... Thanks guys for the many responses... When it comes to going fast the Italians know how to do it .... And now i know R/C is no different ...
Once you get it shoot a PM to Mr. Twister and have him work some magic on it
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Old 03-11-2009, 12:05 AM   #48
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+1 for the RB S3

I have one they run great, have good run time, and last a long time!
Not terribly expensive either....

I run mine with a thunder tiger 2035 pipe. Total pipe/motor combo $215
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Old 03-11-2009, 12:56 AM   #49
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then thats your tune or somethin bud, i got both my go motors used and i loved the .21 5 port until the case cracked and seized. but before that i never had an issue and it ran great.
exactly what im saying i can never get the thing in the sweet spot, and as the local guys say its very odd that one of my engine stops running, unless its blown up it doesnt happen very often.

i dont doubt your go motors were good, mine not so good.

when will you have the toro nero houston?

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Old 03-11-2009, 11:26 AM   #50
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exactly what im saying i can never get the thing in the sweet spot, and as the local guys say its very odd that one of my engine stops running, unless its blown up it doesnt happen very often.

i dont doubt your go motors were good, mine not so good.

when will you have the toro nero houston?
soon i hope , i want one for my truck : dont need one of course but hey you know how it is

i haven't called jim for a few weeks so maybe i will call him today and find out
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Old 03-12-2009, 08:27 AM   #51
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I have a Nova BF on my buggy with a Werks 2013pipe and it has great power, I have about 5 gallons on the motor and it is still has great compression.PS and with that pipe it sounds awesome......
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are any of these motors adequate to put in a truggy? or do i need to spend alot on a .21 for a truggy?
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are any of these motors adequate to put in a truggy? or do i need to spend alot on a .21 for a truggy?
bf limited works very good in pretty much anything and no guys , i am not just saying that because i support novarossi
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