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Old 11-28-2006, 09:26 PM
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does anybody have any experience with the go racing engines from racefactor industries i am thinking of putting one in my 8ight T when it gets here thanx for any replys
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Old 11-28-2006, 09:37 PM
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does anybody have any experience with the go racing engines from racefactor industries i am thinking of putting one in my 8ight T when it gets here thanx for any replys
The US distributor is a local racer here, and although I havnt seen one of the engines run... for the price, its kind of one of those things that if it doesnt work.... throw it away. Its on par price wise, with the 21BF from Rossi... which you know is a great engine maker... FWIW

In my opinion, you'll want something with a little more torque for a truggy.
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losiguy i can tell you that a lot of guys have been running the 5port in the truggy with great success. it will not have the bottom end of a .28, but it seems most guys like to race with the .21 because they get more fuel economy and they also seem to get more power to the ground. We did some testing in a kyosho truggy last weekend and did all we could to get top end out of the engine for the giant track (200 ft. straight or close to that) we put a 9886 pipe on it and a 14th clutch bell, if you weren't careful the truggy would pull wheelies on certain parts of the track.

when these engines start showing up at local tracks people are gonna be shocked.
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Old 11-29-2006, 08:14 AM
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is there a canadian distributer for these motors or do i order off the website and thanx for the info it is looking better and better that this is going in my 8ight T
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Racefactor Industries is the north american dist. if you wait a week or two you will be able to order the engines off of some of the larger internet stores.
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thanx rocket for the info
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Dang, the price went up eh?
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i have the go 25 in my losi 8eight-t.. i just finished breaking it in and wow.. tons of power
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