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Old 11-05-2009, 11:08 PM   #16
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The engines are out and available to the public; they came in a few weeks ago and have been available in the UK for a little while longer with the 'black' head instead of the purple over here.

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Old 11-06-2009, 08:07 PM   #17
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Are you a pro?
I race in the PRO BUGGY DEVISION and do well in it as well as a few track series champ and finished well in our rc proseries and have a few sponcors but i dont consider myself a pro in my eyes the only pros are in the magizines (i have benin them but im talking about consistantly in them) hopefully one day.
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I race in the PRO BUGGY DEVISION and do well in it as well as a few track series champ and finished well in our rc proseries and have a few sponcors but i dont consider myself a pro in my eyes the only pros are in the magizines (i have benin them but im talking about consistantly in them) hopefully one day.
Right on, keep rippin! Good luck
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Old 11-07-2009, 06:50 AM   #19
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I have been looking around at this motor to. Thinking of putting one in my daughters buggy but not sure. Some guy is selling them on the forums. Is this a good motor?
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Old 11-07-2009, 09:16 AM   #20
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yeah Im not sure if I want this engine or the reedy .21 engine. If i get these then i might have enough money to get a transponder or 2. motorama is a few months away and I guess i should of started getting ready for it awhile ago.
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The N21R Limited is the replacement for the N21BF Limited. It has the same case, crank, piston, sleeve, rod and carb the most recent N21BF Limited had. The only difference is the new larger cooling head. They are a great entry level engine that is built with decent quality and with a little performance work, they will compete with most high end engines for alot less money. I have several guys with the older N21BF's that have over 7 gallons on them and still running strong and for the money, you can't beat it. I am running a special on these engines right now so PM me if you are interested in owning one!!
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I race in the PRO BUGGY DEVISION and do well in it as well as a few track series champ and finished well in our rc proseries and have a few sponcors but i dont consider myself a pro in my eyes the only pros are in the magizines (i have benin them but im talking about consistantly in them) hopefully one day.
hey jr i'll see you sat at novemberfest at dixons if you want i will take it with me and mod it, this little motor is really short on timing and really comes to life with timing adjustments. see ya sat
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