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Old 07-01-2010, 10:47 PM   #16
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ive ran the Go engines and ive ran the werks now and i like the werks. So far my favorite engine is the clockwork ofna jl .21. A whole hell of a lot of power, buts its smooth and you cant get any better coustmer service.
you would of run the u.s.a version though with short needle LSN?
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you said they run good with jp-3 pipes???
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you said they run good with jp-3 pipes???
what engine?
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Old 07-01-2010, 10:50 PM   #19
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you said they run good with jp-3 pipes???
yes they do.
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you would of run the u.s.a version though with short needle LSN?
Nope i have the long needle one. i know that for a fact cause i have compared teh lsn with other needles from other motors.
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Whats the mileage between the jp-3 on or the jp-4,any increase???
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Old 07-01-2010, 11:03 PM   #23
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Nope i have the long needle one. i know that for a fact cause i have compared teh lsn with other needles from other motors.
here our go's are quicker then any werks engines... thats been tested in kyosho buggys, 808's, eights. and even someone with a rc8...
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Whats the mileage between the jp-3 on or the jp-4,any increase???
from what i hear they are pretty similar. ive only runa jp2 anr jp4 on it. Made it out to the track today and it ran great, i liked teh jp4 more then the jp2 for sure!
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any testing with the novarossi engines???
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any testing with the novarossi engines???
Depends what engines. I got to drive a plus 4 today and it was ok. Imo they arent worth the money. Id take a werks b5 w/ 2013 over it.
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What buggy do you think it should go in???losi 8ight 2.0 rtr or d8 because i need another bumpbox and want the telemetry that my dx3r doesn't have.
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What buggy do you think it should go in???losi 8ight 2.0 rtr or d8 because i need another bumpbox and want the telemetry that my dx3r doesn't have.
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any testing with the novarossi engines???
plus 4, fms, toro nero, px just more expensive then go's and not as easy to tune
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I would like to get the 808 but the part support sucks for them and i use to have an 8ight 2.0 buggy last month and now i want another one.I have all of the raceroller hopups like the chassis,shock caps,shock tower and diff cases.I need some new running gear that's why i want the 2.0 again.Plus inever broke a single part on my 8ight's just wore out cvd's every once and a while.
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