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Old 10-20-2011, 10:23 PM   #1
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Default good 21 engine?

im looking to buy a top of the line engine what should i get
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Old 10-21-2011, 05:04 AM   #3
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There's not much to pick from... Name all the on-road engines possible... Then compare them to buggy engines.
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I use Novarossi engines because of their durability and how easy to tune them. Not to mention the overall quality of Novarossi engines. What can I say, they are the best!!!!
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Murnan IDM are hard to beat! They are easy to tune, and ballistic!
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YOU CAN,T GO WRONG WITH THIS ENGINE !!!!!!
Best engine ever for power off the corner and over all speed with fuel mileage .
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I love my IDM. fast reliable and well priced.
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Have you been racing 1/8th on-road before? National level? Have you been consistently in the top-ten there?

If your answer to all the above questions is "yes", then think about a top of the line or even modified engine. But in this case you would probably know which engines are the most desirable...

If you had limited or even no exposure to 1/8th on-road before, get a Novarossi Kangaroo and you will have enough steam to smoke all but the most talented drivers. Use the money you saved on the engine on tires and fuel...

Just my $ 0.02
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Have you been racing 1/8th on-road before? National level? Have you been consistently in the top-ten there?

If your answer to all the above questions is "yes", then think about a top of the line or even modified engine. But in this case you would probably know which engines are the most desirable...

If you had limited or even no exposure to 1/8th on-road before, get a Novarossi Kangaroo and you will have enough steam to smoke all but the most talented drivers. Use the money you saved on the engine on tires and fuel...

Just my $ 0.02
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RB C11 ( RB engines are made by novarossi, Rb yust designs them then novarossi makes them).
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