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Old 09-24-2007, 09:05 PM   #1
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they seem nice and somewhat powerful but i dont really know much about them.
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they seem nice and somewhat powerful but i dont really know much about them.
These engines are okay if you are doing local club track racing or bashing only. However, if you are going to get into serious racing, you want to go with the Novarossi-based or Sirio-based engines.
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gotcha thats what i thought,yeah im not into serious racing but there is going to be a track built aroung where i live and i just bought an ofna buggy and wondered wat cheap yet powerful motor to get.
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gotcha thats what i thought,yeah im not into serious racing but there is going to be a track built aroung where i live and i just bought an ofna buggy and wondered wat cheap yet powerful motor to get.
You should also look into the OS line of engines. They are very durable, reliable, and last a long time if you treat them right. I have OS CVs, CVRs, TRs, and TZs and all run fine. Also, they are easy to tune as well and are affordable.
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