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Old 10-25-2004, 05:51 PM
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Hello. Fairly new to r/c and need some input on some good .15-.45 2 stroke engines in the middle-price field. I have a good deal of older engines (Enyas .09, .15, .29, .35, .45 and Veco .19, .45, O.S. .25 and .30) but these are mostly engines from the eighties and while operational obviously probably a bit low on power and high on weight compared to their newer counterparts. Thoughts?
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answered in one of the other forums you posted this question in.
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Default RE: Today's engine choices.

Yep, if your lookin' for sport motor recommendations...you may wanna ask in the "Engines" forum here at RCU.

If you do, be prepared to get a bazillion responses with everyone mentioning their personal choice, size, color, etc...

If you think your confused now.......

Good luck!

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