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Old 07-28-2009, 05:27 AM   #1
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hi everyone
soon i will be perchasing a hotbodies D8.
now i am looking for an engine to go in it.
i really like the look of the reedy 121rvr, so could you give me your opinion on this engine : run times, what pipe ect ect.
also how is it compared to the novarossi toro nero and the o.s speed ??

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hi everyone
soon i will be perchasing a hotbodies D8.
now i am looking for an engine to go in it.
i really like the look of the reedy 121rvr, so could you give me your opinion on this engine : run times, what pipe ect ect.
also how is it compared to the novarossi toro nero and the o.s speed ??

cheers

sam
Look here bro http://www.rctech.net/forum/nitro-of...ro-engine.html
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Old 07-28-2009, 06:02 AM   #3
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I just got this enginge and so far I like it, not as smooths as I would like but for 239 cant beat it
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I just got this enginge and so far I like it, not as smooths as I would like but for 239 cant beat it
Really? I've never driven a motor smoother than the Reedy
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I just got this enginge and so far I like it, not as smooths as I would like but for 239 cant beat it
Ya same here, I never had anything smoother than the Reedy also.
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We have tested several pipes with this engine so far:

The AE pipe is good
OS 2060 is the Best so Far
086 is OK
Testig some Nova & RB pipes this weekend.

I would go with the 2060 as of right now. Works very good and smooth
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