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Old 12-08-2011, 06:16 PM   #1
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what engine should i run in my mugen truggy. I was looking at the ninja motors and os but im not sure. Thanks
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The Ninja motors are made by O.S. You won't go wrong with either brand, just stick with a .21 size engine. Plenty of power and better runtimes.
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If you can find the older Ninja, the BO1A... that would be badass man! Loved that engine. Haven't tried the BO2 though, so don't know how it performs.
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what engine should i run in my mugen truggy. I was looking at the ninja motors and os but im not sure. Thanks

The Ninja/ os are great engines. I would also look at FusionX X7 which i am very pleased with and beleive it is as good if not a better engine at a better price

http://www.fusionxengines.com.au/ind...&product_id=52

http://www.houstonsengineservice.com...bf6a498a1f3802



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OS xz engine and if you can swing it a xz speed. The ninja is nice as well. It all depends on your budget.
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I hear the ninja is better then the stock blue head OS
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IMHO... if your going for OS, just go with OS Speed. Don't waste your time on the blue head, unless you're on a budget. Its still a great engine though... Again, its just my opinion and mine alone
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