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Old 01-15-2011, 07:58 PM   #46
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Pissing contest began!!!
Gentelman! Ready! GO!
Let's see who will be champion on dick swinging contest as well.
Seems like 25 years of expirience took the lead. Let's see other party respond. It will be very interesting competition!
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Old 01-15-2011, 08:00 PM   #47
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I'm going on 27 years of experience (though only 11 nitro) and I'd be willing to try one. What the heck?
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Old 01-15-2011, 08:45 PM   #48
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Definitely try one, I think you will like it. Anyone who has been to a GLARCRC race since May of 2010 has seen the engine(s) run and win several races. One of the local oldtimer/fast guys bought one and won the sportsman class at our last big event, and his engine was from a completely different batch than mine.
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Old 01-17-2011, 12:07 PM   #49
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Come on . Its only a discussion about an engine . Some like it some ainīt...

Ok . I will test one again . But I will change nation and get mine from the USA maybe these are different .
And with the experience I mean that I can say if something works well or not .
Thats all .
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Will there be .12 engines also?

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Old 01-18-2011, 12:29 AM   #51
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No .12's that I know of.
Blessedspeed- when did you get your motors? My 935RTC is from May of 2010.
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Old 01-18-2011, 11:07 PM   #52
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I'm going on 27 years of experience (though only 11 nitro) and I'd be willing to try one. What the heck?
Hey there wingracer, got mine this week and man I tell ya, I really like the fit and finish on it. I think you will be pleased with the performance of it forsure.!!
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Old 01-19-2011, 09:50 PM   #53
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Does anyone know how this engine (735RTC) compares to the Nova Kangaroo?

Mainly, power delivery and fuel mileage?

I need an engine that will work better on a smaller, 1/10 size track.

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Garen looking for more info on how to purchase the .21's can u post a link
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Does anyone know how this engine (735RTC) compares to the Nova Kangaroo?

Mainly, power delivery and fuel mileage?

I need an engine that will work better on a smaller, 1/10 size track.

Thanks,
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Hi there, I think if you are running on smaller tracks, you would prefer the 7 port just fine. I would advise to buy the ceramic version just for the extra performance and fuel economy. Not that the steel bearings are bad but rather the ceramics are more free and that helps everything. In all you will like the fit and finish BP has.
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BP Racing canīt compete with the other brands , because BP is not at their level for my opinion . You can get a good engine if you are lucky but I got 3 of the new one and I have to say that I was quiet disapointed . The tuned got less power as the standart one . The Crankpin was gone after 2 hours of use .

If you will get a very powerful engine for a good value , I can recomend you SPM Vega Scud . Impressive bottom power and very good tops . The materials are very very good . After 6 hours my Vega is like new . No wear at all .
Try it . And try the BP too ....But you will see the differences

And if you got money to spend , than take Max Power .
Salve a tutti,usate il traduttore per la mia discussione,grazie.
La mia prima domanda volevo sapere di quale parte del mondo ti trovi .
La bp racing puo' assolutamente competere con Max , Nova e Sirio.
In italia il vega non esiste nelle gare importanti ,mentre la bp racing gareggia e vince in tutte le categorie.
Posso elencarti i piloti bp racing e tu verifichi nelle liste italiane dei campionati.
La bp racing e' presente sul mercato mondiale dal 1975 ,la tecnologia bp e' ad alto livello e lo puoi verificare dove vuoi.
In italia chi fa motori tutto nella propria ditta sono: Nova,bp,Picco.Tutti gli altri fanno solo confusione sul mercato.
Fammi un favore non confrontare il bp con il Vega,sono motori fatti su due pianeti diversi.Compra un bp ,provalo con carburanti buoni e buone candele e poi Parli.
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Hi, use this translator to my question, thank you.
My first question I wanted to know where in the world you are.
The racing bp can 'absolutely compete with Max, Nova and Sirius.
In Italy there is the vega in major competitions, while the BP Racing competes and wins in all categories.
I can list the riders racing bp and you check the lists of the Italian league.
Bp and the racing 'on the world market since 1975, technology and bp' high level and you can see where you want.
In Italy who does everything in its engine company are: Nova, bp, Picco.Tutti others do but confusion in the market.
Do me a favor do not compare with the bp Vega, engines are made on two planets a diversi.Compra bp, try it with good fuel and good spark plugs and then talk.
Thanks and greetings to you all
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I will answer all questions later today, sorry been very busy.
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