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Old 07-09-2010, 12:55 PM   #31
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The xpe is an alpha, tho dont know which one but it is for sure. I run a stock ofna jl21 in my truggy atm and its just straight perfect. when buying it for $180 it will need an os p3 plug. im at a gallon right now with mine and noticing its real power. totally impressed and will buy another as soon as i need one for sure
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ive been running OS .21 v-spec for a couple years, love the engine, but recently bought a GO .21 3 port, and im impressed!!!!!!!! it will forsure smoke my v-spec, think i found me a new engine for the rest of the year!!
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Old 07-09-2010, 01:15 PM   #33
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Werks B5 for the truggy, B6 for the buggy.

Amain has the B5 for $199. use there discount and you/ll get it for $187 shipped.
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Old 07-09-2010, 01:19 PM   #34
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Axe Rossi is making some GREAT motors now days years ago they had some Problems but now the motor's Run GREAT and get Great run times and last a long time i have one that has 10-11 gallons on it and it runs GREAT. For the price these 2 motors have a lot of power and can run with any motor in the same price range.
http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...-Engine-205R21
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Take a look at these motors and send me a PM and i will get you a price a little better then the ones on A Main i am a Dealer for Axe Rossi.
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Old 07-09-2010, 03:06 PM   #35
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Nova bf limited 140
Alpha red head 210
Werks b5 210
Odonnell ss 200
RB sport 10 170
Orion Alpha 3 port 170
Dynamite Platinum .21XPE Euro ed 210 Is that an Alpha?????
OFNA Force .21 JL Off-Road Engine 180
200 on Champion RC: http://www.championrc.com/cd/ARCBT5P...d-motor-5-port

i know its not much of a saving but it is better than nothing
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Old 07-09-2010, 10:04 PM   #36
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B5 and B6 work great with the 2013 for more agressive bottom, the 2057 smooth out the bottom a lot making it less punchy, If you cant get one of those ,the thunder tiger 2035 I think is the next best pipe. B6 does get a solid 1-1.5 minutes more runtime. BUt the B5 is just an animal on the bottom. Its just what you like
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Old 07-09-2010, 10:14 PM   #37
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Still stuck between the b6 and the speedlab(improved grp tuned ..21).But i'm really leaning towards the werks.
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You are not going to get better customer service than Ron at WERKS, just take a look at the B5 thread so you can see for your self http://www.rctech.net/forum/nitro-of...ng-engine.html.
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B5 and B6 work great with the 2013 for more agressive bottom, the 2057 smooth out the bottom a lot making it less punchy, If you cant get one of those ,the thunder tiger 2035 I think is the next best pipe. B6 does get a solid 1-1.5 minutes more runtime. BUt the B5 is just an animal on the bottom. Its just what you like
2035 would be the next best pipe after 2013 and 2057. Great bottom and 10+ run times. I use to used 2035 now 2013.
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What about the Dynamite .21 Mach 2 engine? Last I checked it was $130 or something, and it'll put out some good performance.
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Old 07-10-2010, 03:32 PM   #41
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B5/B6 are good choices for sure...

Maybe have a look at this list http://www.myrcbox.com/?p=2773 This might help you
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Ive been running the Ofna JL and for the money it's an awsome engine.With the RE10 pipe I get 12 min in truggy and 9:30-10:00 in buggy.
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WERKS B5-B6 you won't regret it.
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Old 07-11-2010, 06:00 AM   #44
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Orion CRF .21 for $99.00
http://www.toprcsupply.com/internall...ray-28-10.aspx
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If I were buying a new engine in the $150 - $200 range...I would be looking at these:

Buggy
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Alpha Plus Z852 (Green Head)
Alpha Plus F850 (Red Head)
Werks B6

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Alpha Plus S852 (Orange Head)
Werks B5


I currently run an Alpha Orange Head in my Buggy, and for me it works GREAT. I had it in my Truggy and decided to move to the Buggy class so I wanted to give this engine a try and it is a MONSTER in a Buggy. More Low End than you know what to do with and I have yet to max out the RPMS coming down the straight either. It's FAST and lighting fast out of corners.....almost too fast ;-)
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