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Old 05-18-2009, 06:30 PM   #1
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Hi,

My local hobbie shop has the spec in stock,and the RR is backordered.

What is the differance? Its for a DM-1 on-road car.Is it worth waiting for the RR engine?

And which pipe is best to run? I have a 053 and 086.

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Hi,

My local hobbie shop has the spec in stock,and the RR is backordered.

What is the differance? Its for a DM-1 on-road car.Is it worth waiting for the RR engine?

And which pipe is best to run? I have a 053 and 086.

Thanks Pete
Go to Amainhobbies...they have the specs on both engines
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The RR produces a little more horsepower, reving at the upper RPM range. I would go with the RR.
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