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Old 07-14-2011, 02:21 AM   #1
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Default HELP go engine .15 35000RPM

1: i brought this engine off ebay and would like to know more about the engine.
Made in taiwan by GO engine co.,ltd but cant find alot about engine on

2: What type of 2 pin flywheel for pullstart and nut to buy using 2 piece standard clutch (cheap on a budget) as the standard engine is different the center hole is smaller on flywheel .

Most of the the guys we race with use OS .15cvx and this go engine has more RPM etc but our motors got to be 2.49cc max

This is my 1st rc car me and my dad built the stockcar frame (now hes got 1 too) This is a New Zealand Stockcar but we run on road surface not dirt but our real stockcars do. (look on utube NZ teams champs) and our cars to on utube This is full contact GOOD Crashes,Rolls, etc
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Brand Name GO
Model Number S815
Code R1500-MOOHSG
Contents 2.46cc
Maximum Power 1.75hp
R.P.M 35.000rpm
Practical Range 6.000/49.000rpm
Bore/Stroke 14.90mm/14.25mm
Ports 3
Crakshafa 12mm SG
Carburetor 7mm
Glow Plug Type standard

What a site its BIG AS had a look round last night and learnt alot so BIG THANKS TO ALL cds13 from little New Zealand
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Old 07-14-2011, 02:33 AM   #2
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The most wrong thing you have done is buying an engine based on the paper specs. Paper specs does not mean a thing......

If a .15 is the max you can get and you wanted to have the best performing engine I do not think a GO is the right choice. I know in the 235mm onroad scene the Novarossi and Picco .15 engines were the way to go and now even today's .12 racing mills are better than the populair .15 models from then.
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Old 07-14-2011, 02:38 AM   #3
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It should run good. If everyone else is running OS, you should have a bit more grunt.

It's an SG shaft motor so you will need a flywheel/clutch to fit. A NTC3 set-up is popular on dirt oval cars.
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