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LOSI MACH 427 OR AXIAL .28RR..?

Old 06-25-2009, 10:36 PM
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Default LOSI MACH 427 OR AXIAL .28RR..?

LOOKING FOR THE BEST ENGINE THAT I CAN ROTO-START, THIS IS WHAT I CAME UP WITH THE LOSI OR THE AXIAL i WANT TO KNOW WHAT YOU GUYS THINK, OR IF SOMEONE CAN GIVE ME A BETTER ENGINE THAT CAN BE ROTOED..thanks
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Old 06-25-2009, 10:39 PM
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I have a buddy that has ran both those motors.

Based on his running the 427 is the way to go.
He has 12-15 gallons on the 427 and it still running, the carb is just wore out.
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Old 06-26-2009, 03:55 AM
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go with the 427 w/ .21 carb. opens up the engine a lil. but if u want a motor at a decent price with sick power go lrp .28.
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I know NOTHING WHATSOEVER about the Axial... I do know, however, that the Losi is a great engine.
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My Dynamite was 14 gallons old before I replaced the piston/sleeve. But after trying to keep running it I realized the carb was shot. I'm sure if I got a new carb it would keep going. Super power and super reliable, but that's only for me. I just couldn't use it in buggy cause if the size. Now that I run truggy too I should get another one for a club race engine.
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MF....? do they make a roto-start backplate for the lrp....?
also isnt the losi 454 the same as the lrp .28....?

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can never blow ur nose at a 427. its a 'truck' motor and thats a good thing!

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427 gets my vote.not the best fuel economy,but an excellent lower priced engine.yes the sportwerks or other dynamite/mach carbs with adjustable venturis will give you better performance because you can run a 9mm insert,or a smaller one if u want to.they are about 30 bucks on ebay.not necessary,but an option.
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u can use the mach 427 back plate but u have to dremel out the holes for the screws a lil. i dont know if the new losi motor is the same as the lrp or not.
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