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Old 08-03-2013, 03:31 PM   #16
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I have had volksmotor and rp9. Volksmotor is bad and rp9 is very fast. Nothing in common except the conrod and the bearings.
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Old 09-10-2013, 07:10 PM   #17
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Hi, dose anyone know where you can get crankcases for this RP9.0 engine?
Or are there any other crankcases that are the same?

Any information is greatly appreciated.
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Hi, dose anyone know where you can get crankcases for this RP9.0 engine?
Or are there any other crankcases that are the same?

Any information is greatly appreciated.
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You can try RCAMERICA for starters

They I know, are a U.S Distributor for MAX POWER Engines

Here is there Phone # (214) 744-2400

I myself also had luck recently with a crankcase needed on the WANT TO BUY ADD THREAD Here on RcTech

Hope this helps... Good luck. Mike...
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You can try RCAMERICA for starters

They I know, are a U.S Distributor for MAX POWER Engines

Here is there Phone # (214) 744-2400

I myself also had luck recently with a crankcase needed on the WANT TO BUY ADD THREAD Here on RcTech

Hope this helps... Good luck. Mike...
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The MAX is a Novarossi based engine so if you can find any Novarossi based crankcase using the same size bearings, it will fit.
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