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Old 04-25-2009, 12:01 PM
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Looks like a good engine coming out!!

http://www.dynamiterc.com/Products/D...ProdID=DYN0897

SH based budget engine, should have about the same power as the sportwertks v2 .21
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Old 04-25-2009, 12:11 PM
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I thought the current Platinum .21xp is pretty much the same engine as the Sportwerks .21. Good power and it sounds like they last ok too.
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Old 04-25-2009, 12:26 PM
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The XP 21 is nothing like the old V2 or Dynamites, its completely new.

This new engine is a combination of both worlds, it will be a great addition, you can't beat the price!!
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Old 04-25-2009, 12:33 PM
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The Dynamite XP is a 9 port top end engine, the v2 was 7 ports and more of a well rounded engine, this new one should be a torqy little beast, cant wait to try one!!
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everywhere i go i take my v2 on jp4(emergencies). waiting for my rebuilt mr ninja to give me problems in my truggy to see how it will do in truggy with the extra weight.
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wow, that's a great price for what looks like a solid engine. might consider picking one of those up this summer...
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Old 04-25-2009, 01:24 PM
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I tried to tell Horizon for years to come out with this type of an engine. (about time) should be a good engine.
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I will be all over that when it's available. I've got two of the Sportwerks V2 engines and I love them. Priced reasonably, hauls a**, what's not to like about them!
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sh engines have always been reliable,straight forward to tune,and responded predictably to pipe changes.with the 13 mm crankshaft,looks like it may share more features with the mach .26,.427 and others. the v2's had a 14 mm crank.looks to be a good basic mill.when people would ask,i would suggest the .427 for a cheap truggy motor,but didnt have a real good answer for buggy,but i think this is it...about time!!!!!!
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man thats a good price i wish they would of came out with that earier
and the 6 port inst wicked fast ethier so thats good for the track i run on.
i run the dynomite platnuim .12 and its runs for ever
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Wow, 130 bucks? Kinda hard to resist at that price.
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looks like an awesome engine for an awesome price
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Get it
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It will take down many engines costing 4 times as much!!
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That would be cool. But only if the longevity is decent.
Some of my friends commented that they thought the Mach 2 would use the same material as the Dynamite Platinum engines. My thoughts are why not just change the price of the Platinum engines if it's the same? The only difference is 3 less ports in the sleeve and maybe no putty filled crank like the Platinum.

I'd like to know the differences of the Mach 2 and the Platinum .21. The Mach 2 sure looks like it has a lot going for it right now. Cheap engines ROCK.
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