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Old 11-28-2006, 08:31 PM   #1
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Default Looking to get a new .21 on road engine, your thoughts?

I am new to 1/8 scale on road and now have a .21 ninja and want to get another engine for a back up. Looking to spend around $450 . What are your thoughts. Thanks
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Buy a Novarossi Plus 21-3C and put the Ninja as back up
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Old 11-28-2006, 11:59 PM   #3
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Dude, you need the new RB Concepts Xenon-r curcuit engine. But only suggest this if you can handle extreme speed and power. You won't want to run that ninja again. They are around 400 bucks or so.
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Ok, I've seen Novarossi, Ninja, R&B, so lets name another brand... Mega.......
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Axe Rossi Cobra, Sirio .21pro the list goes on, if your starting out remember, the faster your car is the more expensive it will cost you to fix after it explodes on impact. Don't forget your dustpan!!
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Axe Rossi Cobra, Sirio .21pro the list goes on, if your starting out remember, the faster your car is the more expensive it will cost you to fix after it explodes on impact. Don't forget your dustpan!!
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Axe Rossi Cobra, Sirio .21pro the list goes on, if your starting out remember, the faster your car is the more expensive it will cost you to fix after it explodes on impact. Don't forget your dustpan!!
LOL!! I guess as a first time racer myself, I better get me a cox .049 as I wouldn't want my car to turn to dust!
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For backup, go with a Mega pipe and engine combo. Its one of the best bangs for the buck. make sure its the novarossi version and not the picco crap. For something that is a step up from the Ninja, get a +35. I think its a lil more than 450, but well worth the few extra dollars.
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you could find a few nice onroad engines for sell from me. :nod
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I have a JP Modified Rex PR21Ro1Wc with only 4 tanks of fuel threw it & If you would like to spend more than $450.00 .

I also have a NEW JP-Modified Novarossi 35plus21 it simply the quickest Engine out there .
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if you want the best forget the rest and by that I mean this



1/8" On Road - 35Plus21 LC Limited Edition.

First of all, the powerful 35Plus21 engine is involved with further modification and improvement thanks to a long & tight collaboration (more than a year), between Novarossi and 7 times 1/8" On Road world champion Lamberto Collari.
The engine will be provided in a thoroughly studied packaging suitable to contain, in addition to the engine, pipe, glow plugs, manifold and silicones.
High quality product realised thanks to a modern technology,
the 35PLUS21 LC is especially planned to meet fussy customers requirements. It is also inteded for those drivers looking for performance by mean of a quality, a reliable and powerful engine.
This new engine result of a continuous research and assiduous tests held by Lamberto Collari on various National and International tracks is covered by 7 international patents.
The first batches delivery is for the end of October 2006.


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i would spend the extr5a 75 and get a plus 35 super fast motor i have three of them
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For backup, go with a Mega pipe and engine combo. Its one of the best bangs for the buck. make sure its the novarossi version and not the picco crap.
The Novarossi based Mega's are not cheap....
The Picco based ones those are the ones which give you best bang for the buck, but they are crap according to you..... (I disagree......)

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For something that is a step up from the Ninja, get a +35. I think its a lil more than 450, but well worth the few extra dollars.
The guy is new into 1/8 scale racing, I don't understand why people immediately suggest one of the best/most expensive engines out there.......
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if you want the best forget the rest and by that I mean this



1/8" On Road - 35Plus21 LC Limited Edition.

First of all, the powerful 35Plus21 engine is involved with further modification and improvement thanks to a long & tight collaboration (more than a year), between Novarossi and 7 times 1/8" On Road world champion Lamberto Collari.
The engine will be provided in a thoroughly studied packaging suitable to contain, in addition to the engine, pipe, glow plugs, manifold and silicones.
High quality product realised thanks to a modern technology,
the 35PLUS21 LC is especially planned to meet fussy customers requirements. It is also inteded for those drivers looking for performance by mean of a quality, a reliable and powerful engine.
This new engine result of a continuous research and assiduous tests held by Lamberto Collari on various National and International tracks is covered by 7 international patents.
The first batches delivery is for the end of October 2006.


when will this be available to the public
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The Novarossi based Mega's are not cheap....
The Picco based ones those are the ones which give you best bang for the buck, but they are crap according to you..... (I disagree......)



The guy is new into 1/8 scale racing, I don't understand why people immediately suggest one of the best/most expensive engines out there.......
well because they last a while and are super fast
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when will this be available to the public
It allready is.....
http://www.jeracing.nl/index.html?lmd=39023.535116

http://www.the-border.nl/product.php...74&cat=0&page=
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