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    LRP .30 engine vs k5.9cc

    Hey guys,

    I was wondering what would the pro's and con's be when putting one these engines in my schumacher raptor truck Ive heard about the LRP .30 and it is quite powerfull and also the k5.9cc engine from hpi is also good.Comparing these 2 engines which one better would you guys say?

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    RE: LRP .30 engine vs k5.9cc

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    *Hey guys,

    I was wondering what would the pro's and con's be when putting one these engines in my schumacher raptor truck *Ive heard about the LRP .30 and it is quite powerfull and also the k5.9cc engine from hpi is also good.Comparing these 2 engines which one better would you guys say?*

    Thanx for your time *
    Consider posting these questions in the car forum. This area is more aimed at airplane engines. You will get a better response as there are many guys that have used both engines you listed.

    The HPI engine is a dog compared to the LRP, but I myself would get the .28. It revs a bit more I think.
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