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Old 05-07-2006, 10:23 PM   #2266
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anyone know where to buy STS D12X at HK or Malaysia (online shop) help me please i want D12X
never thought found someone from my own country here!
got mine from Singapore.
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Old 05-07-2006, 10:54 PM   #2267
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singapore which hobby shop,got web site,can i know how much thank
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Old 05-08-2006, 08:40 PM   #2268
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singapore which hobby shop,got web site,can i know how much thank
try here singapore thread
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try here HMW Hobbies trading . sorry, just got it.
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Old 05-08-2006, 08:46 PM   #2270
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The only place I get my STS engines is from PRO-HOBBY.net. He has the best prices and service.
I agree......

are you still running the stock shims?
I dropped mine down to .4 instead of .5 but havent gotten a change to try it out yet.
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can anyone tell me STS D12X is good or not,how about D5R,already try D5R really hard to tuneing ,so how about D12X
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can anyone tell me STS D12X is good or not,how about D5R,already try D5R really hard to tuneing ,so how about D12X
Same style carbs on both,What was your tunning problem?
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Maybe same style but they are different.

DX12: Carburetor : 3 Needles Slide 5.4 mm
D3R: Carburetor : 3 Needles Slide 5.5 mm
D5R: Carburetor : 3 Needles Slide 6.5 mm

From what I read earlier in this thread the larger D5R carb makes it harder to tune. My D3R tunes pretty easy. If I have issues when I use get around to using the D5R I'll just use the D3R carb I guess
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anyone can tell me STS engine still good or not,compare to FX,Max s5,Os,cause i hear many ppl said STS inside part is lousy,easy damage & boken,how about D12X,also D12X got 5 port or not,thank of all
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i hear many ppl said STS inside part is lousy,easy damage & boken,how about D12X,also D12X got 5 port or not,thank of all
IMO sounds like people trying to justify wasting $$ on a more expensive engine I think they are great engines. Thats why I have selected STS a number of times

D12X comes in 3 and 5 port versions.
http://www.stsrc.com.tw/products.php
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Maybe same style but they are different.

DX12: Carburetor : 3 Needles Slide 5.4 mm
D3R: Carburetor : 3 Needles Slide 5.5 mm
D5R: Carburetor : 3 Needles Slide 6.5 mm

From what I read earlier in this thread the larger D5R carb makes it harder to tune. My D3R tunes pretty easy. If I have issues when I use get around to using the D5R I'll just use the D3R carb I guess
Or you can just buy the 5.4mm aluminum venturi from me. Then you can pop it on and off without having to remove and replace carbs which can lead to air leaks.
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anyone can tell me STS engine still good or not,compare to FX,Max s5,Os,cause i hear many ppl said STS inside part is lousy,easy damage & boken,how about D12X,also D12X got 5 port or not,thank of all
Ive heard of os TZ engines dying in 2-3 gallons. As for STS motors , Ive heard they start making more power around 1-2 gallons , lol.

Out of all the STS motors Ive sold , not one has broken internally. In fact not one person has even told me of any problems. Everyone I speak to says this motor does very well at there track.

Also last sundays race. I got TQ for my class another pro-hobby driver got TQ in his class , both with the STS D3R motor.

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Thank all guy,maybe i will try sts d12x again,cause i want to buy new engine,can anyone give me some opinion,actually i have many choice

A : Nova Max S5

B : Ninja Engine

C : Sirio Evo

D : Os speeds

E :STS D12X
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Or you can just buy the 5.4mm aluminum venturi from me.
Ahh but I don't see it listed master :P
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