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LRP .28 SPec3 Vs OS XZ .28 Truggy Engine

Old 12-23-2007, 09:44 PM
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Default LRP .28 SPec3 Vs OS XZ .28 Truggy Engine

I know the OS XZ is "the" truggy engine to get.

How does the LRP Spec 3 (not pull start) compare to it? Is it easy to tune and hold a tune? Does it last long?

Anyone have experience with the LRP28 let me know
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Old 12-23-2007, 10:06 PM
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I love my Lrp .28R Spec3, it takes a gallon to break it in an still likes to run rich on the bottom, Wow power to spare I'm not to familiar with the OS engine you have spoke of.

I wish Trinity would import the Lrp .21's
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Old 12-24-2007, 12:13 PM
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Originally Posted by ShotGunn View Post
I wish Trinity would import the Lrp .21's

why? trinity is the worst and most commercialized company for r/c, all they care about is making a buck at the hobbyists expense. See what happened when they tried to import sirio motors? Yeah, they f-ed that one up big time, so bad that no one wants their motors because the people that had them a few years ago could never get parts for them, they still think that today. Way to go trinity!!!
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I'm very happy with my OS XZ/JP3 combo in my MBX5T so far (just finished running-in). It is still early to tell, but the ease of tuning and excess power are very entertaining!

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My Zx is stupid fast with a Jp2
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