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Old 05-13-2004, 07:21 PM   #31
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Yes it's a good price. Normally the price is around 549 for the abc one and about 599 for the aac one.
May i know from where?? I saw one on ebay, FX21 R02 is like $739 plus $15 shipping. That is a big difference!
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Old 05-14-2004, 01:09 AM   #32
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They are selling brand new JP Engines at excellent prices on the following website:

http://www.dhiracing.com
http://www.dhiracing.com/shop/nitro.html

FX21 R02 cost EURO 490, which is less than USD 600 I guess
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May i know from where?? I saw one on ebay, FX21 R02 is like $739 plus $15 shipping. That is a big difference!
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Sorry ah10 the price I mentioned are in euro so I think in dollar it wil allmost be the same as what you mentioned.
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They are selling brand new JP Engines at excellent prices on the following website:

http://www.dhiracing.com
http://www.dhiracing.com/shop/nitro.html

FX21 R02 cost EURO 490, which is less than USD 600 I guess
490 euro is allmost the same as 600 usd. It's about 588 usd the be precize.
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490 euro is allmost the same as 600 usd. It's about 588 usd the be precize.
$588 is alot better then $734 right?
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are there any affordable jp motors brand new i need a motor for my mtx3 but i want to be competitive and have a roof over my head too.
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does the x12 come in 5 port or 3 only.
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are there any affordable jp motors brand new i need a motor for my mtx3 but i want to be competitive and have a roof over my head too.
Well all JPs are expensive and they are fast! kind of like Ferrari

There are also a few more motors you can choose but first you need to make up your mind if you want a modded motor or a stock motor.
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now are all jp's modified novarossi's?

i have about $250 to spend and i want a motor that is relatively easy to tune and keep running, but also competitive, stock motors are probabply what im looking at getting, im running against mostly stock novarossi's and sirio's. i just want the have the power off the corners to keep up and possibly run down the novas out there.
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This newest JP FX engine actually has many batches... It has modified and non-modified (only lightened crankshaft), standard or optional ceramic bearing, black or non-black engine for budget cut.

For low-end power you have to try Novarossi RRL3/5 since many people said it has the best torque...

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now are all jp's modified novarossi's?

i have about $250 to spend and i want a motor that is relatively easy to tune and keep running, but also competitive, stock motors are probabply what im looking at getting, im running against mostly stock novarossi's and sirio's. i just want the have the power off the corners to keep up and possibly run down the novas out there.
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Do any of you guys spoke French and please tell me what's the meaning of "Moteur rode" on my JP FX box?
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Do any of you guys spoke French and please tell me what's the meaning of "Moteur rode" on my JP FX box?
Sorry don't speack French, but which FX is it?
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Sorry don't speack French, but which FX is it?
Looks like FX12 T-03, 3 port turbo version. Just from the way the sleeve is, one big transfer port on the side.
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It means your engine is prerun or run in. Don't know if the JP fx engine line does the same as Rody from RB does with his tuned Rody teamengines but it looks like it's run in. You allways can ask your lhs.
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