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Old 12-29-2004, 06:00 PM   #736
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I was wondering if anyone has this motor and could tell me how it perform ?
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Old 12-29-2004, 09:55 PM   #737
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my friend just got the sirio 21 wrc we might go and try it out tomorrow i will let u know how it is it must be great
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where are you guys heading if no rain this weekend..
I'll probably be at Rev.
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my friend just got the sirio 21 wrc we might go and try it out tomorrow i will let u know how it is it must be great
I saw Adrian Bertin was running the WRC and it pretty fast which i observed.
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speedy- I ran the Collari WRC at the last Florida State Series Race in Kissimmee. I ended up TQing and winning the A main with the WRC engine. Broke it in in practice, and it kept getting faster everytime I hit the track. Had lots of people tell me the car looked really fast from corner to corner. Hard to tell how fast your own car is, but I will tell you I turned 19 in each of the 3 qualifers, and only one other 19 lap run was turned in the whole weekend by the rest of the field. Started the main dead last as my pitman didn't set my car down until the field went by so I had a chance to see how the top end compared to the competition as I worked through the field. Very strong.
No problem with run time even though it never got over 200. I was told not to run it as hot as other engines.
I am breaking in a new JP FX 03 this weekend and will A\B compare the two in Ft Myers at the next State Race.
If you end up with one of these engines, don't worry if it is dead slow on top end for the first two or three tanks. Takes a while to break in but don't rush it.
After a weekend of racing it is still super tight. So far so good,hopefully it will have decent longevitiy. Very anxious to compare the JP FX. Will report back if anyone is interested.
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Hi dpdiehi, thanks for your comment to the WRC. I also learnt that this motor can not be running too hot like others engine. I saw there have been a lot of works done in this motor so i believe i would not be disappointed. I have been running the rody C5 and very happy with this motor.However, I want to try something new so Iwas thinking to buy the sirio WRC or new Mega picco. I had a very unhappy experience with the sirio 0.12 motor so it i am a bit concern and doubt to comeback to sirio. let me know how your Jp does.

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speedy- I ran the Collari WRC at the last Florida State Series Race in Kissimmee. I ended up TQing and winning the A main with the WRC engine. Broke it in in practice, and it kept getting faster everytime I hit the track. Had lots of people tell me the car looked really fast from corner to corner. Hard to tell how fast your own car is, but I will tell you I turned 19 in each of the 3 qualifers, and only one other 19 lap run was turned in the whole weekend by the rest of the field. Started the main dead last as my pitman didn't set my car down until the field went by so I had a chance to see how the top end compared to the competition as I worked through the field. Very strong.
No problem with run time even though it never got over 200. I was told not to run it as hot as other engines.
I am breaking in a new JP FX 03 this weekend and will A\B compare the two in Ft Myers at the next State Race.
If you end up with one of these engines, don't worry if it is dead slow on top end for the first two or three tanks. Takes a while to break in but don't rush it.
After a weekend of racing it is still super tight. So far so good,hopefully it will have decent longevitiy. Very anxious to compare the JP FX. Will report back if anyone is interested.
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@ my local race track they got a 2003 kyosho evolva in a unseald box.. but looks brand new with all the bags and no missing bags and everything iside was seald. he said he could sell it to me for 399$ i like thie car a lot but i think it would be easyer to get parts for a mugen MTX-4 what should i do? get the kyosho or mugen???
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@ my local race track they got a 2003 kyosho evolva in a unseald box.. but looks brand new with all the bags and no missing bags and everything iside was seald. he said he could sell it to me for 399$ i like thie car a lot but i think it would be easyer to get parts for a mugen MTX-4 what should i do? get the kyosho or mugen???
399$ definitely a good deal to get a evolva. however, if your local hobby shop only support mugen, then it would be better to get a MRX-4 without having the trouble in getting the parts in future. I do feel that the support are always the major concern unless you do not mind to order online.
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If you are looking for a tensioner - this link will take you to an order site:

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If you are looking for a tensioner - this link will take you to an order site:

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@ my local race track they got a 2003 kyosho evolva in a unseald box.. but looks brand new with all the bags and no missing bags and everything iside was seald. he said he could sell it to me for 399$ i like thie car a lot but i think it would be easyer to get parts for a mugen MTX-4 what should i do? get the kyosho or mugen???
What shop is that?

Just for information, last year no shop in Michigan had parts but it is "supposed"to get better this summer.
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Hey Chris,

check out our site - these are the other products we should have ready in about three weeks. Pretty cool stuff.

http://www.empirercracing.com/
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Oh, I'm not quite done with the site the links aren't done yet - the photos (product images) will be "up" tomorrow. tech info and Bios etc. will be working soon as well
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check out our site - these are the other products we should have ready in about three weeks. Pretty cool stuff.

http://www.empirercracing.com/
Very nice Rich...Looks like you guys have been pretty busy making new things for the Kyosho.
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I just bought a new Evolva. Can I start this with my Serpent starter box or does it use the Mugen box.Which works better?
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