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Old 05-20-2004, 09:50 AM   #1
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Default New engine for kyosho alpha 3 gp

Im going to replace my GX15 in a kyosho alpha 3

Is there any good engines that fit right on, or do i have to drill new holes etc?

I need a .15 engine that is relieble, easy to adjust and doesn´t overheat , do you have any suggestions ? or maybe i should use a .12 ?

Im thinking about GS15R, is it a bad choice ? It is the only one i have found that fits right on

I dont race just driving for fun, so i am not looking for a race engine, horsepower is NOT that inportant, i need an easy, relieble engine.

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Old 05-20-2004, 02:59 PM   #2
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O.S. motors should fit..and they're the most easy to tune and reliable of the bunch.

CV if you don't want much power, CV-R if you want more. CV-R's will last longer.
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