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Old 07-04-2002, 01:58 AM   #31
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i want to be as fast as i can. i am still looking for more power. As it is right now i spin the tires in 2nd and off every apex if i get on it hard.
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Old 07-10-2002, 12:43 PM   #32
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Where can I get his engine and how much?
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Old 07-13-2002, 03:40 PM   #33
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Now I thing this is a very unexpected and unusual statement from a Trinity driver, isn't it?

Whatever big Proletti tells them to say......
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Last weekend I was breakin-in my new JP .12 and there was a good friend with a 'strange' motor with black head and an 'atom' symbol on their fins bolted on their Integra 1/8 car.

After 5 or 6 gas tanks was the time to put some 'pedal to the metal' on those motor..... Simply extraterrestrial!!!! their .21 on-road version is way too powerful, too speedier, too fine....

This friend of mine plans to distribute on Spain and I have on Backorder a 12 for my NTC3 (I have a Rex and a JP, but this motor is simply amazing (what puzzled me is the aluminium sleeve).

I'm not a good friend of Mr. Provetti, but, believe that those 'trinity drivers' said... Sirio engines are way soo good. I expect to have one on my hands about the first week of August (just in time for the Reedy International, time to bonk some Serpent/Mugen/Reflex drivers heads....).
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Ask yourself, why didn't the Trinity drivers run them at the nationals last month?
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Old 07-13-2002, 06:29 PM   #35
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Ask yourself, why didn't the Trinity drivers run them at the nationals last month?
maybe they did not get a chance to test them in time for the big race so it is always better to go with the tried and true engines. Also in the case of josh he is a JP sponsored driver also so that is why he ran that special jp in his
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