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Old 10-07-2009, 01:05 AM   #1
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Default RB Killer 9 (K9) engine...

Any new inputs on the K9.
How is it compared to other engines?
How is the runtime??? again compared at the same track with different engines and what pipe?
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awesome engine.

linear power curve.

10 minute plus run times using 086

I like it over the NR+4 and i have two.

To say the least i was very surprised at the performance and feel of this mill.
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awesome engine.

linear power curve.

10 minute plus run times using 086

I like it over the NR+4 and i have two.

To say the least i was very surprised at the performance and feel of this mill.
+1 for the price you cant beat it. we have a local racer that ran one at the sic and it was flat out haulin the mail. very easy to tune, great powerband and seemed to be pulling on some some higher priced mills, but like everyone else there at that race busted the case, motor was brand new grab one, you will love it in buggy
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awesome engine.

linear power curve.

10 minute plus run times using 086

I like it over the NR+4 and i have two.

To say the least i was very surprised at the performance and feel of this mill.
How is it cimpared to the +4, on the same track? Runtime and performance wise on the same buggy???
The +4 is a bit weak for mt likings!!! I hope this one has more grant in it...
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+1 for the price you cant beat it. we have a local racer that ran one at the sic and it was flat out haulin the mail. very easy to tune, great powerband and seemed to be pulling on some some higher priced mills, but like everyone else there at that race busted the case, motor was brand new grab one, you will love it in buggy

Is it true Whitehouse Hobbies will be carrying RB products??? If so, can you keep a 2045 pipes and 192/198 headers in stock?? Also the header gaskets are the Shizzle!!

I went up to the shop yesterday, The new WHH is awesome!! It is more a PRO shop that toy store and they are stocking up on new brands like Xray and Mugen.
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