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Old 08-01-2010, 07:29 PM   #1
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Talking Werks B3, B5, B6, B7. Comparison

In the beginning, there was a Collari B3 motor.

I have. Seems to run pretty good.

I think there was a B7 version.

Then, Werks took over and massaged the motor.

Now, there are 2 new engines out.

For buggy sakes, which work well.

I have the Collari B3 and the Werks B7.

I like the B7 but, not much on the bottom end. could this be my tuning?

The B3 seems to be a little better out of the hole but, not much on top.

How do the new mills compare??
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In the beginning, there was a Collari B3 motor.

I have. Seems to run pretty good.

I think there was a B7 version.

Then, Werks took over and massaged the motor.

Now, there are 2 new engines out.

For buggy sakes, which work well.

I have the Collari B3 and the Werks B7.

I like the B7 but, not much on the bottom end. could this be my tuning?

The B3 seems to be a little better out of the hole but, not much on top.

How do the new mills compare??
Typically you associated ports with powerband I have come to learn in this hobby. B3 = 3ports B7 = 7ports. More ports more top end, less ports less top end, the B5 = 5ports and has the best of both worlds, top end and bottom end. So far it seems that way with most motors.
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In the beginning, there was a Collari B3 motor.

I have. Seems to run pretty good.

I think there was a B7 version.

Then, Werks took over and massaged the motor.

Now, there are 2 new engines out.

For buggy sakes, which work well.

I have the Collari B3 and the Werks B7.

I like the B7 but, not much on the bottom end. could this be my tuning?

The B3 seems to be a little better out of the hole but, not much on top.

How do the new mills compare??
Put some 1.1 clutch springs on your B7 and it will help with the low end. I ran the B3 for a little bit and it was OK just not that fast but good low end. The B5 has alot of power all over the place and the B6 is a smooth buggy only motor that has good over rev and gets great mileage. You should read the two threads that already exist for the two new engines.

http://www.rctech.net/forum/nitro-of...ng-engine.html

http://www.rctech.net/forum/nitro-of...ng-engine.html
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Old 08-01-2010, 07:45 PM   #4
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Hey folks. Don't post to this any more.

I found the Werks thread and that info it there.

thank for your replies.

I really appreciate it very much.
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