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Old 12-24-2009, 04:00 AM   #1
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Hi guys,
just purchased a kyosho evolva m3 evo 1/8 tourer and i need recommendations on which .21 to get?
I want the fastest / best for bottom and top end but dont want to spend too much ...
Ive been recommended a LRP Z21R (team) racing spec motor with an OS pipe ... it has 7 ports and is rated at 2.65ps and apparently revs nice and high with an excellent powerband from low to high ... and its also easy to tune and not too figity ... engine is about $350AUD and pipe is about $200AUD
Is there better? If so, what is it and roughly how much ...

Thanks for the input guys
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If you can find one try to get a JP P7L (black)

The Novarossi RX21 and 35-plus-21 (non Collari) are also fast and affordable.
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A good engine is a novarossi kangaroo,in a very good price...
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Hi guys,
just purchased a kyosho evolva m3 evo 1/8 tourer and i need recommendations on which .21 to get?
I want the fastest / best for bottom and top end but dont want to spend too much ...
Ive been recommended a LRP Z21R (team) racing spec motor with an OS pipe ... it has 7 ports and is rated at 2.65ps and apparently revs nice and high with an excellent powerband from low to high ... and its also easy to tune and not too figity ... engine is about $350AUD and pipe is about $200AUD
Is there better? If so, what is it and roughly how much ...

Thanks for the input guys
Novarossi 35PLUS21 Engine .21 9 Port Turbo with short headder and 2015 pipe. Best package for your money.

If the 35 plus 21 motor is to much $, change for the Novarossi S21WCS09 Engine .21 7 Port Turbo kangaroo instead
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Of course the FLASH.

Better fuel consumption and as powerful as 35 Plus 21
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i would say anything that is Nova Based..reliable performance and lifespan..
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what about the murnan picco p9r evo 3?
it is in a very good price!
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