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Old 12-15-2009, 12:23 PM
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Questions?? which engine?

Hey guys, which engine is the best to drop in my losi lst? thanx for your input in advance...
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Old 12-15-2009, 12:42 PM
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Originally Posted by jaytowilk
Hey guys, which engine is the best to drop in my losi lst? thanx for your input in advance...

you know what they say about opinons,,,, but if you can find an nova 528 x or a rb tm 928, these motors have been discontinued, that means you can pick them up pretty cheap and they are ripping engines, best of both worlds, cheap and axle breaking fast
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what budget do you have ?
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Originally Posted by Maximo
what budget do you have ?
Maximo hit the nail on the head.

I had the Lrp .28 in mine and found it was a great motor. Wheelie popping motor but I saw one down fall it was a fuel hog. If I could find a piston and sleeve for my red head Wasp .28 I would of put that motor in it. That motor was a power house, it destroyed 2 rear diffs.
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Cool budget

Hey sorryforgot to mention tryin to stay around 200 dollar price range. thanx guys.
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Originally Posted by jaytowilk
Hey sorryforgot to mention tryin to stay around 200 dollar price range. thanx guys.
Picco .28. The best mt/truggy motor around and less that $200!
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Originally Posted by snowboard094
Picco .28. The best mt/truggy motor around and less that $200!
good answer...... good answer
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Originally Posted by snowboard094
Picco .28. The best mt/truggy motor around and less that $200!
And what will be the best pipe for it while in a MT? And another questions about it; what will be the best gearing while using that mill in a Revo? Wheelies on command will be perfect but all the time are not fun; or breaking parts every time its use wouldnt be fun either! Thanks for your set up tips guys.
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