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Old 10-06-2009, 07:34 PM
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This is the thread for any questions regarding the Alpha Plus Engines.

They are in stock in the USA and are being distributed by RC PRO PRODUCTS

They can be purchased online at www.alpha-rc-usa.com or from the www.rcproproducts.com web sites.

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Dani Choi TQ and Won the Intermediate Buggy at Proline Gas Championship

Dani Choi, Alpha Plus Taiwan Team Driver takes the Intermediate Buggy win at the Proline Gas Championships with Alpha Plus Engines! Dani TQed and moved into the lead of the A Final about the midway point finishing a lap ahead of 2nd place. Dani used the F850 5 port engine in his Mugen buggy. Congratulations to Dani.

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Dude, crop those photos before you post them. I hate having to side scroll just to find the right button to click
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did u guys test the engine with an A-Plus pipe?
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Available locally in Southern California from Track Star RC.

http://www.rctech.net/forum/nitro-of...n-socal-6.html

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We have not tested with the A Plus pipes.

Here are the test results on the Z852 which gives the pipes we have tried so far. http://site.alpha-rc-usa.com/Z852.php
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These motors look and go very, very well...Amazing bottom end and top end is fantastic as well!
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We have not tested with the A Plus pipes.

Here are the test results on the Z852 which gives the pipes we have tried so far. http://site.alpha-rc-usa.com/Z852.php
wELL, I heard the A Plus pipe is the best for the engine Any pics of the internals?
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Also the GO2072 and Orion 2066 works well with the Z852.

F850 atleast based on my experiences has slightly softer bottom-end than the Z852 but top-end is awesome.
Still need to play around more with the clutch setup and test the Sirio pipe and try the lower shimming as I've
run only with the standard height . Engines are very tight when new and it takes well over a gallon to free them
up. However despite of the initial pinch no issues with the rods or anything.
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Originally Posted by cheapskate.brok View Post
wELL, I heard the A Plus pipe is the best for the engine Any pics of the internals?
How about a link for A Plus pipes.

As soon as i get the pre-ordered engines ready to ship today I'll break one out and take some pics. So far none of my guys have taken internal pics for me they have been too busy trying to put time on the engines. There will be 6 racing at the WA States Titles in Perth Australia this weekend. Also looks like Jimmy will be running one at the NitroX next weekend if he can get them broken in in time.
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If this guys is a team driver for the Alpha Engines company why is racing in the intermediate class???
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That race had 3 classes, Sportsman, Intermediate and Expert. Their Intermediate class is equal to the Open class in RC Pro. Since no one knew him ( he just came to the states last week) he probably wasn't allowed to run in the expert class with Lutz and those guys. Just my guess though. I do know the sportsman class was more of a novice class.
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Originally Posted by JoeyTheRocket View Post
If this guys is a team driver for the Alpha Engines company why is racing in the intermediate class???
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If this guys is a team driver for the Alpha Engines company why is racing in the intermediate class???
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If in fact that was happening knowing how Revelation and Thunder Alley run their programs he would have been penalized. And rightfully so. I don't know him and haven't met him. I was just told last week he would be in the US for a year. So at some point I'm sure I will meet him.
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