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Join date : 2012-03-10
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PostSubject: Looking at engines   Sun May 27, 2012 7:26 pm

Reedy 121VR .21 Off-Road Nitro Engine

Designed in-house by our esteemed engineering staff and track-tested by racing team drivers such as Ryan Maifield, Craig Drescher and Richard Saxton, Reedy’s all-new 121VR Competition Nitro Buggy Engine is produced using state-of-the-art materials and high-tech manufacturing processes. The result is a race-proven engine that is capable of producing world-class power and fuel economy with a driver-friendly linear power band.


• 3+1 Port Chrome Plated Cylinder
• High Silicon CNC Machined Piston
• Knife Edged 7075 Aluminum Connecting Rod
• Polished Turbo Scoop Crankshaft with Silicone Insert
• Chrome Plated Back Plate with Turbo Scoop
• Precision Ball Bearings
• Lightweight Machined Aluminum Heatsink Head
• Oversized Finned Turbo Head Button
• Thermo Insulated Screw Mounted 2-Needle Carburetor
• 7.0mm, 8.0mm, and 9.0mm Air Restrictors”

Axial .21RR

Precision machined all new crankcase was designed to be lightweight but still maintain strength and durability
Cross drilled fins around cylinder wall provide better cooling efficiency while reducing weight up high
Black coated to signify its overall look
Cooling Head
Perfectly sized to provide proper cooling while lowering the weight
Cross drilled fins help to further the weight reduction and lower the center of gravity
Button Head
Fitted with a Turbo Button Head as standard
Piston/Sleeve/Connecting Rod
True ABC constructions adds to a longer engine life
7 port engine sleeve design aids in the performance and torque of the engine
Piston and sleeve materials were specifically selected to maintain the proper tolerances throughout the heat cycle range
Lightweight aluminum connecting rod with brass bushings
Precision machined crankshaft has been counterbalanced with brass slugs to provide a smoother running engine and reduce vibrations
Silicone putty is used on the intake portion to smooth the gas flow and provide better engine performance and response
All new 2 needle carburetor design makes it easier than ever to tune
Markings on the idle, low speed needle, and high speed needle makes it easy to make adjustments in 1/16th turn increments
Fully adjustable fuel valves as well as carburetor linkage makes it easy to install into any platform
Precision machined aluminum venturis are included to aid in smoother gas flow
Aluminum venturis also aid in tuning the motor for different tracks and environments to aid in longer run times
Bolt-in replacement engine for any .21+ engine mount

Novarossi .21

Racing Experience have announced that their Novarossi R type buggy engine is back, with a new oversized purple head and modern R crankcase. It keeps its well known 3 port ABC piston sleeve and 14mm long stroke crankshaft and is still the most affordable racing engine manufactured in Europe, taking advantage of the Novarossi experience and knowledge

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