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View Poll Results: What Nitro Buggy Engine Do yo use?
Team Orion 0 0%
Go 5 7.58%
Nova Rossi 5 7.58%
RB 16 24.24%
O.S. 23 34.85%
Sirio 2 3.03%
Reedy 8 12.12%
Trinity 1 1.52%
Werks 4 6.06%
Mugen 2 3.03%
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Old 10-24-2009, 11:35 AM   #11
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Vspec that I get modified by AB Mods (Truggy and Buggy)
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Old 10-24-2009, 02:28 PM   #12
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I voted RB back when the pole was first created. I have since picked up one of the new Werks B5 turbo engines. Possibly the best deal on the market right now at $200USD for an engine that apparently set the fastest buggy lap at Nitrocross. I have not seen a bad review yet. Known to pull 10-13 minute run times in buggy and 13-14 minutes in truggy with the Werks 2013 pipe. One team driver recorded 14:42 before it ran out of fuel. I plan on picking up a second one and running B5's in both buggy and truggy next year. The price is right. I guess they went back to the drawing board and have improved big time in the last couple of years.
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Old 10-24-2009, 03:12 PM   #13
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I plan on running a B5 next year as well.They sound amazing!
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Old 10-24-2009, 03:16 PM   #14
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Get one while you can. They sell fast. I was going to get two but I got the last one in stock at A-Main. Next shipment from Werks should go out end of next week.
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Hey Guys I run a Dynamite XP .21 in my buggy with the losi re-10 pipe, very impressed with the way the power comes in and down the straights the 9 port really starts to breath. Carb is a little finiky at times but usually okay, temps need to be in the 230-240 range for the run times to be around 9:30 with my driving style which is pretty agressive on the throttle. Tried the Dyanimite XP .28 in my Truggy but run times were around 5:30 which is not great for the added power the .28 gives you. Ended up putting a OS in which was more than enough power but broke the rod at the final. All in all the Dynamite XP .21 is a great engine and for the money its a steal.

Thanks George Stiliadis
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Old 10-26-2009, 08:55 PM   #16
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Thumbs up rb concept

i will be running mostly rb concept in 2010.i have been running them for years
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Old 10-27-2009, 08:22 AM   #17
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I am running the Trinity .21 and .24 engines this year. With the Trinity Big Boy pipe the run time should be around the 10:30 mark and i assure you there is more then enough power to get you around the track. Check them out on the Trinity website !!!
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