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Old 02-20-2010, 07:24 PM   #1
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Hi,

Anyone knows it this engine fits a kyosho vone

RB Concept V12 R-3 Touring Car Engine


Can you tell me something about it
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Hi,

Anyone knows it this engine fits a kyosho vone

RB Concept V12 R-3 Touring Car Engine


Can you tell me something about it
Yes, it will fit. All small blocks<12 and 18 > size engines use the same size mounting flange
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yes they fit and go well
Was running Grp and OS speed before but they dont even compare to the RB
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Hi,

Anyone knows it this engine fits a kyosho vone

RB Concept V12 R-3 Touring Car Engine


Can you tell me something about it
the motor is verry good however its an older motor they have an r3 rc and now the new rb which is an rb m3 which is Uriah Murnans own line of rb motors which is probably one of the best motors i have ever ran. i would suggest the rb m3 it can be found here

http://www.murnanmodified.com/produc...roducts_id=533
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It always suprises me that people can advise an expensive highend tuned engine to someone who seems not to have much knowledge and so probebly not much driving experiences....

The R3 is a good enginr and for sure fast enough, even in the hands of an experienced racer it is a very competive engine. If this is the engine within reach just go for it, it won't let you down.
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It always suprises me that people can advise an expensive highend tuned engine to someone who seems not to have much knowledge and so probebly not much driving experiences....

The R3 is a good enginr and for sure fast enough, even in the hands of an experienced racer it is a very competive engine. If this is the engine within reach just go for it, it won't let you down.
dude dont be negative i was only advising something that i have had good experience with

and yes i agree the r3 is an excalent motor i have ran several and they have always been plenty fast
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