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Old 08-30-2006, 03:45 PM   #1
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Default What powerplant do i choose????

well i have a Kyosho 777 ST-R and i am in a loss in what motor do i get to this Truggy. My 2 choices are RB WS7-3 And JP FX 21 B-8T, i've seen the WS7-3 in a Jammin Truggy and it was balistic but i haven't seen the JP in action.

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I just dropped a RB B6bb in mine and it is nothing short of awesome!
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.21 ninja would be a killer set up
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I think he meant C6BB and he is right...Nothing short of brillant....

If you do get a RB C6BB get the 92mm header and RB2045 pipe the combo can be found here..
http://www.speedtechnitro.com/ebprod...nid=67&id=7007

He is out of stock currently but give him a call he gets them in pretty quickly...
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If you got the cash to blow c6BB
Lots of power for the money Ninja!
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thanks all for your replies!!!!
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I've been running the NINJA MR21BO1, and even though I'm running rather rich, it's ballistic!! I've been running it in my JAMMIN X1CRT, and my crime fighters are tearing off the rims, not unglueing, RIPPING!
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My bad, good catch Mr. Shookie
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The WS7 is the most steady running engine you can buy. I have never had one flame out at any time. The current WS7II that Im running has about 5 1/2 gallons through it and hasnt lost any compression. Should work good in an STR.
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I've been running the NINJA MR21BO1, and even though I'm running rather rich, it's ballistic!! I've been running it in my JAMMIN X1CRT, and my crime fighters are tearing off the rims, not unglueing, RIPPING!
Same exact thing happened to me!!! The Ninja is without a doubt an awesome engine! I'm still using the 7.5 carb restrictor with it. I can only imagine what it would be like with the 9.0mm!!
I have this in my Kyosho ST-R and it is bada$$!
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werks team line .28

or even the Team Line B7 .21
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RB all the way......WS if you are racing and the C6 for everything else. The WS is perfect for bashing also just better on fuel. If i have to put over $200 in a motor I don't think I would look anywhere else than RB. My C4 has almost 4 gallons and runs as strong as ever....and I almost never need to adjust the carb except for major outside temp changes. I never realized what I was missing until I bought one...awesome motors.
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It depends on what kind of track you are gonna drop that thing onto. Is it a tight circuit where lots of bottom end is needed? Or is it a big long straight, horsepower war track? Buying an engine for me at least is a science, do the research so you dont end up disappointed. I would prolly side with the RB crew, because I run their motors in the 777 Sp-2 and absolutely love it. But I hear LOTS of good things about those ninja motors, but havent seen one run yet. So I guess just to be fair I would say RB because I cant give you a complete evaluation.
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