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Old 03-26-2009, 07:55 PM   #1
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But im going to ask...Will this engine work in a truggy?? Does anyone got any specs? It would go into a Kyosho St-rr...What up think
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No......

It is designed for the T-Maxx.
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Yup stupid question.. all that was needed is to read the sale
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If you are looking for a budget motor, let me suggest this one instead:

http://www.horizonhobby.com/Products...ProdID=SWK8085

They're a little "thirsty" (you won't get the fuel mileage of something like a V-SPEC for example) but they're great motors, easy to break in, easy to tune, hold a tune well, more power than that .21 (about 2.75 HP instead of 2.0 HP rating if I remember correctly) and considerably cheaper. If you are using a starter box they make a pullstart eliminator backplate for it. If you are using a roto-start, it is essentially the same motor as the Losi Mach 427... so get that instead.

It is a true race motor that just happens to be really inexpensive... .26 size 7 port.
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