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Old 05-05-2010, 10:17 AM   #16
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We have just tryed the OS 25 had it for a while now and are real impressed with it its nothing like a 28 its real smooth and great in the truggy we get constant 10:40 out of it with the OS 2060WN Its like a V-Spec on steroids...
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Old 05-05-2010, 10:28 AM   #17
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can i see some pics plz



and thanks guys for all your support. and keep it comming plz
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Old 05-05-2010, 10:35 AM   #18
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A nice .21 engine will be enough for both tracks. if you dont think so I have a brand new extech .24 full mod w/ big boy pipe for 175$ that have all the power you need.
Wow that's a heck of a deal! But a good .21 is plenty... and will have more top end for a big track.
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Stick with a .21. A good .21 is more than enough for any size track. My personal picks would be as follows...

Tight budget: Werks B5 and 2013 pipe The B5 is bangin little engine that has tons of balls and should last a long time too. Plenty to push a truggy, especially with the 2013 pipe.

Medium budget: Mugen Ninja JX 21 and OS 2060/Ninja 2042(if you have to go cheaper on the pipe, look at a losi RE10 or Dynamite 053). The ninja is a powerhouse of an engine. It is smooth, strong and gets great fuel mileage. Again, plenty for your truggy.

No budget: OS SPEED worlds edition v-spec II and OS 2060/Ninja 2042 with "L" header. Speed is in this engine's blood literally The OS speed is the real deal, all out engine. It's extremely smooth, extremely powerful and gets amazing fuel mileage. Again MORE than enough for your truggy. For $500 this engine is no budget engine though.

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Old 05-05-2010, 03:30 PM   #20
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wow thank you guys for so much feed back!! i is really helping me make up my mind
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Old 05-05-2010, 03:37 PM   #21
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Stick with a .21. A good .21 is more than enough for any size track. My personal picks would be as follows...

Tight budget: Werks B5 and 2013 pipe The B5 is bangin little engine that has tons of balls and should last a long time too. Plenty to push a truggy, especially with the 2013 pipe.

Medium budget: Mugen Ninja JX 21 and OS 2060/Ninja 2042(if you have to go cheaper on the pipe, look at a losi RE10 or Dynamite 053). The ninja is a powerhouse of an engine. It is smooth, strong and gets great fuel mileage. Again, plenty for your truggy.

No budget: OS SPEED worlds edition v-spec II and OS 2060/Ninja 2042 with "L" header. Speed is in this engine's blood literally The OS speed is the real deal, all out engine. It's extremely smooth, extremely powerful and gets amazing fuel mileage. Again MORE than enough for your truggy. For $500 this engine is no budget engine though.

Those would be my choices.
How do you like the Reedy 121vr?
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How do you like the Reedy 121vr?
Haven't run it personally, but from observations, it's nothing special. I would take any of the 3 engines I listed over the reedy.
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Haven't run it personally, but from observations, it's nothing special. I would take any of the 3 engines I listed over the reedy.
I just ask cuz I can get it for cheap from a buddy.
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well just to let you all know i went with the os speed, with the 2050. a guy i know brought it in to the lhs as i was prickin out motors. i got it the speed with half a gal on it the pipe in a losi buggy with starter box bls 352 servo and 8711 servo lipo rx pack ans voltage cut off back up vzb that needs piston ans sleve and three sets of tires for 600 bucks. now all i have to do i sell one of my truggys to make up for some of my spendings
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Try the Axe Rossi Cobra 25 it has the run time of a .21 with all most as much power if not more then a .28 motor. Lot of guys running the Axe Rossi Cobra
.25 said it has CRAZY Power with Good run time. If you would like more Info on the motor Send me a PM and i will give you a Price and the Specks of the motor.
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I just ask cuz I can get it for cheap from a buddy.
The reedy runs hot and is a little finiky on tune bit when you get it right it shines. Just don't be suprised when temps are in the 260-280 range.
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