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Old 02-05-2007, 09:52 AM   #1
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hey all;was looking at the reresults from a recent race at the nitro pit and two things stood out.first mike truhe was using novarossi engines and losi fuel does this meen he's no longer with trinity or only with them for electric stuff?second it said billy fischer was using losi/truespeed combo so what was his truespeed stuff engine and or fuel?also who's making them for truespeed or are they made in house?thanks
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You might wanna post this question in the Nitro Pit forum in the racing section...
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