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Old 03-29-2009, 10:20 AM   #16
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I don`t race Roar events much if at all . Why is it that you can`t say who mods the engines ?
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Old 03-29-2009, 11:25 AM   #17
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Originally Posted by HaulinBass View Post
Sh isnt coming up they have been around for quite a few years and do allot of RTR motors for companies like dynamite and GS. Im just saying the port matching to the block channels is off on some engines.Ive had seven SH built engines to date, and they are the one non italian engine i will run anymore.

Interested in the modded engines, I dont race ROAR so ceramic piston it is. the piston also must be super hard, this would explain why it last so long as sleeves dont wear out pistons do(aluminum vs chrome)
I beg to differ, Yes they do make alot of engines for different companies and RTRs. They also make Top end competition engines as well and they seem to be gaining in popularity. 4 years ago no one sold them in the US and now you can get them from two suppliers, also the sportwerks and dynamite lines have been selling very well for years. The new Dynamite Platium XP is top of the line SH engine. The engine is 9 port made special by SH for horizion hobbies.
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I have two friends that race local in AZ that have over 10 gallons on the SH motor and they have no compression and still run lol.
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I don`t race Roar events much if at all . Why is it that you can`t say who mods the engines ?
Because details are still being worked out, and testing done. When everything is solidified, we will announce it publicly.
There are 2 "finalist" potential modders we are considering.
We want to offer only the best to our clients, as we stand behind everything we sell, so it takes a bit of time for a professional, educated decision.
Bear with us, and will have some really nice modded engines at reasonable prices that will run with anything out there, with great performance and mileage.
A modded ceramic would be off the chart
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