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Old 09-24-2006, 11:55 PM   #31
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you cant make a os go faster than a nova without damaging it
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i agree that rb, nova, sirio make very fast engines in my opinion and from my own experience, rb engines have a lots torque and top end speed. novas, have mid and high. as for ostz, it has lots of torque and a decent top end speed. os engines are known to be very easy to tune compared to the italian engines. also, they are known to have 1 click start engines. but hey, it's just my opinion. go what you want to get and what is supported by your local hobby shops so as you can get help with you engine problems and most especially, parts support
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i agree that rb, nova, sirio make very fast engines in my opinion and from my own experience, rb engines have a lots torque and top end speed. novas, have mid and high. as for ostz, it has lots of torque and a decent top end speed. os engines are known to be very easy to tune compared to the italian engines. also, they are known to have 1 click start engines. but hey, it's just my opinion. go what you want to get and what is supported by your local hobby shops so as you can get help with you engine problems and most especially, parts support
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