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Old 10-14-2007, 10:51 PM   #1
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Axial 28rr VS Axial .32....... which one?

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which one has better overall performance
obvious that the 28rr has more top end (i think its 7 port)
axial 32 has more bottom end (displacement)

price vs power?

comparison for both torque and hp?

which one would you get for your truck or buggy?

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Old 10-15-2007, 07:32 AM   #2
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how are self ran the 28rr in my truggy at great canadian hobbies race on the weekend,it ran great.any jump it came to it cleared no problem.the only thing is fuel mileage i pitted every 6 to 6 1/2min should have run a.21.with the.32 sure lots & lots of power but the fuel milege will be unreal,sucks alot of fuel.price not much difference
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Old 10-15-2007, 11:14 AM   #3
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I have an axial .28rr Spec1 with 1.75 gallons for sale for $125. Great condition. Sealed with high temp silicone everywhere. Brand new glow plug plus extra brand new glow plug(os . PM me or check my ad in the for sale section. Oh btw runs great and has tons of compression.
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Old 10-15-2007, 11:29 AM   #4
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ouch my eyes..... lol

If it's going in a buggy I wouldn't go with either. I'd get a .21. If it was going in a truggy I would go with the .28 since that's the largest "legal" race engine for truggy at most races. If it's not an issue (or you don't race) then go for which ever you prefer, but as Ron said you'll be putting more fuel in with the .32.
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Old 10-15-2007, 06:26 PM   #5
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yeah as far as fuel consumption/ run time goes , there was about three to four minute difference between the .28 that came with my truggy and the o.s. .30 thats in there now ( that's more than 25% difference) 10 +min vs.6-7min.I don't race (well , just for kicks) I had to go up three teeth on my clutchbell so the low end was controlable and top speed is now at least the same as the rtr engine.When I get bored of the crazy acceleration, i'll be putting the .28 back in.....anyone want an onfa .28 ?? lol. I say if it's just for fun, go big, you only live once.
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Iam thinking of pitting the .32 in my savvy, it has a .25 in it now with a 3 speed tranny. I hope there will be a big difference with power i bash so speed is not a big deal i want the bottom end power for when i put my jumbo kong tires on. Also iam thinking of the longer tvp's not sure if its a good idea? I just want a big bad basher so i think this is the way to go, anyone else have any tips. Thanks
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