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Old 03-09-2003, 10:24 PM   #1
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just wanted to know if anyone has any experience with these engines???any info will be greatelly appreciated

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Old 03-10-2003, 01:53 PM   #2
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Hey kaozzlord

There Great motors, but if you live in the USA getting spares (pistons, sleeves, and rods) is a real pain. The .21's are really nice, Great all around power, and it'll rev. The .15's are also very nice, but i haven't run them. The .12's are kind of hit and miss, I got one from a guy in Florida at the track, fastest motor out there, got another one same model (from oversea) but was really lacking in power...


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thanks for the prompt reply,by the way do you know how can i get m-speed or next engines ?

thanks a million
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Old 03-12-2003, 12:36 AM   #4
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Thumbs up Carlsen/ REX TR .15

Hey check out my carlsen REX TR.15 8port turbo. Has had about quart and a half through it when I sent the piston/ sleeve out to OS Rocket for pinching then replaced the crank with a brand new one which I imported from Singapore. Added Bocca black ceramic ultra speed bearings (front&rear) along with all new seals on case and carb. I have run one tank since reuild. With the new counter balanced crank and Ceramic bearings, I am betting that it can pull well over 1.7 HP.
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Old 03-13-2003, 10:27 AM   #5
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Hey kaozzlord

Sorry but don't know anyone that imports them(m-speed), never heard of next engines???

WebSite for M-Speed

http://www.mspeed-jp.com/

e-mail them to see if they have a dealer near you.

The only way I can get the Carlsen motors are from guys at the tracks.

That .12 motor I got from overseas didn't have the same porting as the one I got from a guy at the track, crank also wasn't reworked the same, but a friend of mine got one a month later from the same guy at the track and his was just as fast as mine. These were both sealed boxes from the guy at the track. So I think something with a special model number, which I can't tell from the box makes them different, cause I know the guy that sold them to us doesn't MOD motors.


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Hey kaozzlord

Sorry but don't know anyone that imports them(m-speed), never heard of next engines???

WebSite for M-Speed

http://www.mspeed-jp.com/

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Is there an English version instead of Japanese?
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Sorry I can't seem to find one, I've been looking for one for quite sometime...


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Old 03-17-2003, 01:49 PM   #9
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Seemed that in the past, Integy imported M-Speed engines in the past, but ceased importing. Too bad, now 200mm Touring cars is launching worldwide and probably will sell many of them.

For more information about them, you can contact at [email protected] don't know if they see interest on them can start importing another time.
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