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Old 08-20-2009, 10:09 PM   #16
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EB Mod Ninja .21 (with EB Mod head button) is the best engine we've ever run. Crazy bottom and top end, smooth, easy to tune, and we've got over 8 gallons thru two of these motors and both are still running strong. The buggy motor gets 10+ minutes of runtime, which really helps in those 20 or 30 minute mains.

The most important thing with ANY engine is keeping them clean (dirt is an engine's worst enemy). Tear that motor down after every race day, clean it, lube it with after run oil, and reassemble. You will get 10-15 gallons (or more) thru a good motor if you keep it clean (We also replace the connecting rod after every 5 or 6 gallons).

You can buy the EB Mod Ninja motors thru Tony's Screws, and they are already broken in.

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