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Old 12-04-2002, 06:17 PM
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Does anyone here have any insights pertaining to this engine. I hear that the makers of it basically copied an older RB, is this in any way correct? Do any other engines use a turbo-fan like this? How much room is open for improvement, alot I reckon', thats why I think I am going to buy one and send it to Smeltz Racing. Who knows of an aftermarket cooling head w/a 4 bolt pattern?- maybe from an Ofna T8? Thanks
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weren't u banned?
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Thumbs down banned?

Me, banned, never! Why? Don't be silly, now, young chap!
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If you weren't, you should have been.

If you're the expert you claimed to have been, you would know that you can pick up an aftermarket head - all of them are 4 bolt pattern - O'Donnel makes a ton of them, Crazy Nut makes a good one, etc. etc. etc.

Keep hauling your trash.
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Shut your mouth, hater. You wish you earned $25 an hour. Anyway, almost every head I've seen on .21 engines is six bolt pattern, so it looks like you are the retard.
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Originally posted by Etahn
Shut your mouth, hater. You wish you earned $25 an hour. Anyway, almost every head I've seen on .21 engines is six bolt pattern, so it looks like you are the retard.
The days I earned $25/hour are long behind me and far ahead of you.

But, I am one to admit a mistake. . .they DO have 6 bolts. DOH!
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Old 12-06-2002, 05:03 PM
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arent hyper engines cheap ofna engines?

what are you using it for?

i think hyper engines arent very reliable do you really think spending money to modify it is a good idea?

i bought a ofna picco comp 0-1 this summer and it is really fast and i THINK its a better engine than the hypers
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Old 12-06-2002, 05:14 PM
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But I would like to keep a pullstart for those days when I dont want to pack my starter-box. The Hyper engines have recieved acclaim across Assia and the world for being the most affordable, reliable 2 stroke engine. All while consistantly putting out 2hp. Picco makes the o-1 yes? I believe the Italian company's name alone adds to the price, therefore making a modded pullstart Hyper 8 port(really an RB clone) $230, unique(engraved head...), and possibly quicker. Oh yeah, the Hyper engines are built by a Taiwaneese company Ho Bao Enterprises Ltd. Their factory looks appropriately impressive.
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It's a good idea etahn - My box has been somewhat, ummm, glitchy for a while (after a friend left it in the bed of his truck for a week. . . ) and I wouldn't have minded having a good pullstart motor.

The RB, though, is a Rossi motor, so what is that motor a clone of?

My neighbor behind me has one and it is a decent motor, but then he bought an OS from me and it kicks that things a$$ hard!!! I would trust the Italian manufacturers over the Taiwan cloner manufacturer. . .
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i dont think i will ever again buy an engine that isnt italian

ive had 3 mt-12 engines that were thoroughly abused no problems they all run and that ofna/picco is awesome but i had an os v01b that blew up twice this summer for no reason of course they warrantied both times but that didnt help me on raceday
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