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nitrodude 11-05-2006 10:42 AM

JL Racing .12
 
Ive seen these engine advertized in a few websites, and the prize looks very good. I wonder if those who have tried them can tell me how they are in quality and power.

Reviews on it can be posted Here

quietstorm76 11-05-2006 04:06 PM

From the pics I've seen it's based on the Mega/Picco DSII .12.

C Verano 11-06-2006 03:27 PM


Originally Posted by quietstorm76
From the pics I've seen it's based on the Mega/Picco DSII .12.


Jeffrey and I have been running the motor for a few months now and they are comparable in speed to anything out there and the durability has been excellent. For about $180 in the hobby shops, you really can't beat it.

-R2- 11-06-2006 03:45 PM

Chris gave me one of prototypes that they had some runs on it because we didn't have enough to go around and that thing is still fast, haven't change the rod and motor still has its compression. I'm going to start heading out to Crystal Park to practice on Sat. for T4T maybe a lil rusty for the on-raod since I've been running alot of off-road so LOOK OUT!!!!!!

monokenny 11-06-2006 04:25 PM

JL Engine .12
 
Two of my Team Driver was using JL .12 last weekend. All I want to say is
"Super Sick Dial" They should call this enigne as JL .12 SSD Edition. We use the JL.12 on Mugen MTX-4 and OFNA GPX4, The engine produce a lot power on low end and top end.

Both Drivers report me that they really like this engine. On the another hand, By the time they are testing, they really get a lot people's attention.


Thanks
Monokenny
Skyline R/C Racing.

C Verano 11-06-2006 04:38 PM


Originally Posted by monokenny
Two of my Team Driver was using JL .12 last weekend. All I want to say is
"Super Sick Dial" They should call this enigne as JL .12 SSD Edition. We use the JL.12 on Mugen MTX-4 and OFNA GPX4, The engine produce a lot power on low end and top end.

Both Drivers report me that they really like this engine. On the another hand, By the time they are testing, they really get a lot people's attention.


Thanks
Monokenny
Skyline R/C Racing.

Glad your drivers liked the motor.

Only you are worthy of the SSD label.

Team Kamikaze 11-06-2006 04:43 PM


Originally Posted by C Verano
Glad your drivers liked the motor.

Only you are worthy of the SSD label.

Are the posters ready? a customer just bought one from my shop and is asking about the Jeffrey Lin Poster that I promised on the other thread.

-R2- 11-07-2006 02:17 PM

Were trying to get K-FED and Jeffry together for the photo

RogerHewson 11-08-2006 03:53 PM

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Team Kamikaze 11-08-2006 03:58 PM

SALE !!!
 
The JLR .12 engines that I sell will come with a Glow plug, That means it is a hell of a deal for $194.99, the glow plug alone is $11.95, meaning the engine is only $183.04, Now that's a Deal !!! :nod:

Team Kamikaze 11-08-2006 04:02 PM

The customer who bought the JLR .12 from me last Monday is really happy with it, He said the motor is definitely worth the money, He also told me that the motor has plenty of power from bottom to Top.

C Verano 11-08-2006 04:26 PM


Originally Posted by Team Kamikaze
The customer who bought the JLR .12 from me last Monday is really happy with it, He said the motor is definitely worth the money, He also told me that the motor has plenty of power from bottom to Top.

Good to hear Sam..We have had very good feedback on the motor so far.

RogerHewson 11-08-2006 04:30 PM

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Team Kamikaze 11-09-2006 09:35 AM

Chris,
Can you explain more about this JL racing .12 engine? So people will know exactly what they will be getting :nod:

blanks596 11-20-2006 12:46 PM

anyone got a used one that I could possibly buy for the Toys 4 Tots race? even a new that's been broken in already.


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