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Old 11-03-2006, 04:54 AM   #1
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I've been considering the Falcon and Ninja engines for a while now, anyone has got good experience with them ?

Recently I have also been looking at the green head STS... and all comments have been good so far.

Your first hand experience would be useful.
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Old 11-03-2006, 11:02 AM   #2
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i own a falcon .21 but have not run it yet due to the weather here but the people i have talked to have nothing but good things to say about it.you have to be careful with the needles because a little does alot but i here they are rocket fast and lots of bottom end
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if you are looking for a .21 sized motor you should look at the rb c6bb it sounds llike a great motor also,that is my next motor, the ninja is basicly the same motor as the falcon good luck with your choice
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you should really consider the Go Tech .21 5port race engine its a lot of motor for the cash go to www.racefactorindustries.com
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Best bang for the buck.........

Nova, Werks & RB
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Old 11-03-2006, 06:39 PM   #6
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you should really consider the Go Tech .21 5port race engine its a lot of motor for the cash go to www.racefactorindustries.com
Rocket was is the average life on the GO engines???2,3,4,5 gallons Thanks in advance!!!
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The STS .21 Team its a great choice and very good on wallet, my first one had a life of 6 1/2 gallons "race tuned" and racing hard ... i think its a good result with a just 4 tanks of break inn ...

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