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Old 02-05-2009, 01:02 AM   #1
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is .21 engines enough to power a trugy? and do i need a special engine mount to replace the engine in the rtr?
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The LSP is one heavy SOB. You can put a .21 in it but you will wish you had more power. I actually still race one. This is the one truggy where a .25 or .28 engine is a better choice than a .21. Not to say that a .21 won't do the job. You just need to tune the engine to the edge and spring the clutch tight. And no, you don't need special mounts or flywheel.

The truck needs some major changes to be competitive on the track. If your looking at buying one, DON'T! If you already have one I can help with getting it up to speed and improve durability.
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