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Old 03-19-2003, 04:25 PM   #1
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Thumbs up good small blk .15

im looking for a motor for my super nitro. this season. i have run a mt-12 in the past with good results. i looking for something faster and more bottom end.. any help would be great. has anyone run a .15 with no better result then with a mt-12. thansk guys..
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the mr-12's ar cool
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thanks for the replys guys.
my friend has a .15 picco rear exhaust slide carb. for sale is that a good motor.?. i was thinking of the new nova or sirio .15 motors?
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The Picco .15 Rear Exhaust engines work really well. Problem is they've been discontinued by Trinity, though some shops still have some left.
In General, a .15 engine of the same manufacturer, will have more Torque than a .12 engine of the same type (smallblocks).

Sirio has a .15 Rear exhaust with a Standard Crank that will fit in the Super. Claimed 1.7 HP!!!
Not sure if they're out yet.

In MY Super, I have the 2003' Fantom .15 Side Exhaust and it is a very Powerful engine, even for the price.
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