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Old 09-09-2007, 09:41 PM   #1
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hello there
i have a ofna lx comp 2 1/8th scale buggy
it has a ofna force .26 motor in it but im wanting to put a new motor in it like a .28. or .32 motor what make of motor should i put in it?
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Old 09-09-2007, 09:59 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by buggyguy View Post
hello there
i have a ofna lx comp 2 1/8th scale buggy
it has a ofna force .26 motor in it but im wanting to put a new motor in it like a .28. or .32 motor what make of motor should i put in it?
depends, are you going to bash or race or race competitively?. How much you want to spend? do you want a bottom end or top end engine of both of both worlds?

Here my list in my opinion:

Bash = the engine you have in there now (ofna force .26)

Race =.21(all)


-OFNA Picco .21B 3-Port
-O.S V.G (best bang for the buck)
-GO B21 5 or 7 port (best bang for the buck and parts are cheap!)
-Thunder Tiger Pro-21B-R
-Novarossi N21B 2001 BF .21 Off Road 3 Port
-Dynamite Platinum .21 SG
-RB Concept S3II 3-Port Sport(best bang for the buck can't go wrong with RB!)
-Axe Rossi Mamba Engine Off Road Competition


-RB S5
-RB S7 (i use a S7 personally and i love it!)
-Werks B3 and B7 (i use the B7 personally i should say collari B7 (same thing to me at least and it's a beast and good engine very good on fuel too!)

i can go on and on. It really does depend on what your going to do im not saying that you can't get a $400 and bash with but, it really depends on how much you want to spend.
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