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Old 02-27-2010, 11:55 PM   #1
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Exclamation WEILL THIS ENGINE FIT??????

i want to get the toki .27 engine and put it in my redcat 3.0 earthquake which currently has a .18 in it but im new to this and think all engines fit the same...... if this does not fit can i put a traxxas engine in it??? i like there ez start over the estarters and rotostarts .....

i know i sound like a complete noob but isnt that why were all here to get and give advice???? thanks in advance

and my truck is a 1/8 scale
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Old 02-28-2010, 04:16 AM   #2
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Some dremel work, some hot glue and any thing is posable. Just kidding,I don't realy know.
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Old 02-28-2010, 07:28 PM   #3
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No it wont fit properly and even if you could MAKE it fit the drivetrain would just blow up from the power of the big block as it was built with the intentions only to accept the small block. As for the 3.3 fitting its possible but you have to find out if there is even a motor mount or is the original motor machined to be the mount. Otherwise if there is a motor mount in the Redcat then you would have to mock the engine in to see if the clutchbell even fits properly with your spur setup on the car.

It would be just easier to spend an extra $100 and buy a good car to start with that already has a big block in it.
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