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Old 02-23-2005, 07:36 AM   #1
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Default swapping engines!

my engine is the FS-12SS that is .12 and it's getting stuff up.

i was thinking is getting a new engine that is .18 for my tamiya.

is that good or bad?

it will go faster. also my car is 1 speed.
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Default Re: swapping engines!

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my engine is the FS-12SS that is .12 and it's getting stuff up.

i was thinking is getting a new engine that is .18 for my tamiya.

is that good or bad?

it will go faster. also my car is 1 speed.
keep the .12 and install a 2 speed.
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