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Old 09-05-2007, 02:28 PM
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i got more questions about motors lol.. has anyone tried this motor is it all that? because the 560 price tag makes me wounder just how could it might be.. will it get 9 mins to a tank like the rc mag says?
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its a steep price, but you get a lot of stuff. That motor alone would be $375 easily, plus you get an $90 pipe, $35 in glow plugs, $90+ in bearings, and an air filter & oil.

Do the math!
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i got more questions about motors lol.. has anyone tried this motor is it all that? because the 560 price tag makes me wounder just how could it might be.. will it get 9 mins to a tank like the rc mag says?
The 367 happens to be on sale at amain for $489.99.

The extras are cool, remember that the pipe does not have a header so you need to spend $30 or so on that too.

The engine is great, not as much torque as a 21-5k but the top end is there and the mileage is superb. In practice I usually get about 10 and a half minutes per tank, in actual racing I've never had to go longer than 7.5 though. 9 would only be useful for a 45 minute main and I would rather have a bit of extra fuel in the tank per stop to be safe from overheating the engine while the engine is running lean on an empty tank.
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i have and all ill say is dont get it its not worth it AT ALL!!
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i have and all ill say is dont get it its not worth it AT ALL!!
Well that means nothing if you dont have any reasons to back up your opinion. Why is it not worth it?
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it will take way to long to type it all but in a quick short summary............it will not hold a tune if i have at running temp (260) its burning 125cc plus filters of fuel in 5 min mabey 6 if im lucky and yes i have a small restrictor and if it run it runs great but it will flame out in a Q
its just not woth it a $250 os will go just as fast for half the price
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Originally Posted by Robert.Hull View Post
it will take way to long to type it all but in a quick short summary............it will not hold a tune if i have at running temp (260) its burning 125cc plus filters of fuel in 5 min mabey 6 if im lucky and yes i have a small restrictor and if it run it runs great but it will flame out in a Q
its just not woth it a $250 os will go just as fast for half the price
I've read about a batch similar to that and supposedly the fix is to run an additional head shim.

Mine doesn't have any of those problems and I don't really have any idea what temp mine runs at but I can tell you I had to bring a heatgun to the track for the first 2 gallons to get the engine started because of how tight it stayed. I have two 30 minute mains and I practice every day for around 40 minutes straight right when I get there and have never had the engine flame. The tune wanders a bit on the high and low from day to day but I think that is mostly because of the humidity here in texas.
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novarossi=top of the line in engines . find an engine you like and stick with it
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