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Old 07-01-2010, 10:26 AM   #16
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I'd be willing to sell you one of my RE-11's for a good price. Let me know i'll see you at the track soon i'm sure.
how are you liking the 2035 compared to the 2060?

My re10 is awsome on the ninja the re11 make the top end suffer quite a bit, but bottome is awsome. I was thinking about getting the 2035 just for the heck of it. The 10 has a very smooth power band and screams up top.
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Old 07-01-2010, 10:34 AM   #17
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I run the 2035 only on truggy and the ninja 2042 on buggy. The RE-11 is alittle too punchy for my taste on buggy. I like the 2035 better than the RE-11 on truggy better top and my runtime is really good.
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I don't no why anyone would want a 2050 on the ninja it's horrible, I tried it and it just murdered the power. I would say my 2035 is spot on with bottom end n I couldn't ask for more from the mid to top, but if ur driving at a real big wide open track then a 2060 is a better choice.
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has anyone tried a grp 2053 with quick change?
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Old 07-01-2010, 11:54 AM   #20
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I don't no why anyone would want a 2050 on the ninja it's horrible, I tried it and it just murdered the power. I would say my 2035 is spot on with bottom end n I couldn't ask for more from the mid to top, but if ur driving at a real big wide open track then a 2060 is a better choice.
+1, i never had good luck with the 2050/re11 on a ninja. Must be something about the ports. I've seen the ae 2035 run pretty well with the ninja tho.

Like a lot of people have said, the 2060 is the way to go with this motor. Great run time, smooth powerband. If you need a little more rip get an EB mods button.
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I'd be willing to sell you one of my RE-11's for a good price. Let me know i'll see you at the track soon i'm sure.
Thanks Jason. I may take you up on that. Still not sure about motors yet. Its killing me i'm gonna put 400 dollars worth of motor into an rtr chassis even tho most of the weak links on the rtr have been upgraded.
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2060 and play with headers till your happy.
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has anyone tried a grp 2053 with quick change?
Yes I have 2 of them and I love them bottm puch and mid to top end is Crazy have them on my GRP .21 and .28 Now I am going to put one on my TQ.21
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has anyone tried a grp 2053 with quick change?
It was horrible on a speed engine and theses 2 engines are close so I bet it's going to be horrible on the ninja too.
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Thanks Jason. I may take you up on that. Still not sure about motors yet. Its killing me i'm gonna put 400 dollars worth of motor into an rtr chassis even tho most of the weak links on the rtr have been upgraded.
Go with the 2060 you will never look back again. Like Jpaessi said just try different headers to see how you like the run time and puch.
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It was horrible on a speed engine and theses 2 engines are close so I bet it's going to be horrible on the ninja too.
GRP pipes are really good for GRP and NINJA MR B01 engines. other then that I go with 2060 OS pipe.
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I have to have a bunch of headers too? Jees. I'm about to slap a mamba in there and be done with it LOL.
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we tested

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and all worked great however it was on full modded ninjas either by PTM or EB Mods
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Get the ninja and 2035, then scoop up a roller chassis off ebay and you're right at $400 or alittle above. That way you're making an all around improvement on your ride
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Get the ninja and 2035, then scoop up a roller chassis off ebay and you're right at $400 or alittle above. That way you're making an all around improvement on your ride
A Losi roller chassis or the cnc one? I haven't seen a losi chassis for less than about 80 bucks. The cnc's you can get for like 30 or 40
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