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Old 09-01-2021, 07:44 AM
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Anyone know what company stamps their crank case with NF? Im trying to ID this nitro engine I acquired with a Hong Nor X1 CR but I cant even figure out who manufacturers this engine let alone what model it is. Thanks in advance for any insight!


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Old 09-01-2021, 09:24 AM
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Looking at the shape of the crank case and head I would say it is a STS engine.
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Old 09-01-2021, 09:42 AM
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Nitro Fueled RC

Track Star RC

other than that thats the only leads I can find.
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Old 09-01-2021, 02:28 PM
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Toki .28, its honestly one of the worst nitro engines ever made, i dont like talking bad about other peoples stuff but almost anything would be faster and tune better
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Originally Posted by HaulinBass View Post
Toki .28, its honestly one of the worst nitro engines ever made, i dont like talking bad about other peoples stuff but almost anything would be faster and tune better
Just curious how sure are you this is a Toki .28? Cant really find much online about a .28 but Im guessing it is a Toki of some kind because I found these 2 pics of a Toki .27 (maybe its really a .28) and a Toki .21 SG that both appear to be a dead rigger other than the anodizing which could have been stripped off. Its ok if it a garbage engine, Id just like to know what it is


Toki .21 SG?

Toki .27?
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Old 09-01-2021, 04:14 PM
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I couldnt remember if it was a.27 or .28 orion used to sell them as the wasp line but also sold picco based engines with the same name around the same time, 15 ish years ago or so.
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That may be a toki heat sink but that is no toki.. engine.. the crank case is well machined
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https://www.rcscrapyard.net/hong-nor-x1cr.htm



https://www.msuk-forum.co.uk/forums/...advice-please/
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Stock that model was available in a few rtr’s looks to be Force .32 nitro engine with a different heat sink. Unfortunately a picco based engine that is rather weak but good durability. Or a LRP .28 not sure exactly.
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Originally Posted by Juglenaut View Post
Stock that model was available in a few rtrís looks to be Force .32 nitro engine with a different heat sink. Unfortunately a picco based engine that is rather weak but good durability. Or a LRP .28 not sure exactly.
Were there Force Engines with an NF designation on them at one point? All Ive ever seen either IRL or on the web is the FC designation on them.
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Jammin.. the buggy was made by Ofna
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Originally Posted by Juglenaut View Post
Jammin.. the buggy was made by Ofna
Not sure I understand your response to my last post. Are you saying that engines with the NF stamp on them were made by Jammin and the buggy was made by OFNA? Im already aware of who makes the buggy, Just trying to ID this engine.
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