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Old 03-22-2007, 12:21 AM   #1
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What motor do you guys think will work the best in a gt2???
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i dont wanna spend 300 bucks on one


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Old 03-22-2007, 01:32 AM   #2
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The OS .12 CV-R or TG will be awesome. Great powerband, still VERY fast, and cheap. Personally I have wanted to try the Drake .12, but with the CV-R only about $100 and the TG at about $150, I know that extra amount is not going to make or break my lap times.
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stormer hobbies the peak dibalo .12 its 50bucks and it screams the only bad thing about it is its a little thristy . you can not beat this motor for that price. ive had 2 of them and loved them both
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I see the cvr's are non existant again. The tz is around 200.00 same with the novarossi. The sirio evo3 is around 200 as well. But if i can almost get 2 motors for around 200+ tuneablility and reliability are key not HP
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the LRP .12 truck motor is ballz to the wall. Probably to much power for the GT2.
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