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Old 01-08-2013, 02:32 AM   #61
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Hi,

The new REDS are now available


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Old 08-29-2013, 01:20 PM   #62
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can anyone tell me the factory carb settings for this engine?
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Old 08-30-2013, 07:53 AM   #63
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Id try the low end needle a turn out from flush and the top end needle set to flush. Problems with tuning?
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I got a chance to use one of these engines at the race in Kissimmee this past week. All I can say is WOW, I was really impressed. After blowing my RBM3 a friend let me use his REDS. The motor has more than enough bottom and torque, and was faster than my RBM3.
The bottom had crazy power but was so smooth and easy to drive, and when you needed it it was always there.
Very impressed by this motor, and WILL be breaking one or even 2 in come march/April
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I got a chance to use one of these engines at the race in Kissimmee this past week. All I can say is WOW, I was really impressed. After blowing my RBM3 a friend let me use his REDS. The motor has more than enough bottom and torque, and was faster than my RBM3.
The bottom had crazy power but was so smooth and easy to drive, and when you needed it it was always there.
Very impressed by this motor, and WILL be breaking one or even 2 in come march/April
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Not saying it was faster than all RBM3 Motors, but faster than mine. There were 2 other RBM3's that were stupid fast and sounded like beasts.
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Old 12-19-2013, 02:18 AM   #67
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Hi everybody,

We finally got our redesigned shop up and running :-)...

Still many products to come, we got a lot that's not yet inserted.

But at least the shop is running now.

Take a look: www.rc-netshop.dk
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hey guys, how do you break in this babies? You use the "old" school or the "new" school method…?
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Run 2 tanks at full throttle on the starter box rich enough that the clutch won't engage. Then lean down a little and start to run the engine in on the track while gradually getting the temps up tank after tank for about 500-750cc. The motor will show signs that its ready towards the end of the bottle I recommend using a break in fuel with a low nitro percentage and high oil content as well. Id keep temps in the 180-200 range during the slow tanks and eventually get up to around 230 while tuning in on the break in fuel.
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REDS racing has two new motors for 2014 at .12 class.

The MT3 WCL

and the M3 WCS
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New timings for better low-mid power and better fuel consumption.
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Can you use Odonell plugs in the Reds engine?
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Yes they will work fine, try a 288T.
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I have the .12, was thinking of using the 77T or 99T.
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REDS racing has two new motors for 2014 at .12 class.

The MT3 WCL

and the M3 WCS
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New timings for better low-mid power and better fuel consumption.
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Hey bud, no they only have the upgraded .12 World Cup Special. One 200mm engine for 2014 - M3 WC has been replaced.
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I have the .12, was thinking of using the 77T or 99T.
The 99t is also very good, its a bit colder so you have to run the motor a little faster to make run time. I usually go between that and 88T, never tried a 77T...
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