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Old 01-26-2008, 09:31 PM
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hey guys me again finally got some cash burning a hole my pocket ready to buy motor for my foamie remember its 15"w x 24"L i have a couple im looking at what do u recomend a ASP.61 ABC OR TOWER .75 ABC OR MDS.48 FS PRO any suggestions
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Old 01-26-2008, 09:59 PM
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I would go no bigger than a .46 on your foamie.
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Old 01-26-2008, 10:13 PM
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thanks SI that would scoot it good even on grass?
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Yes.

I also recommend that you run a ball bearing motor.
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Old 01-26-2008, 10:33 PM
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ok its been awhile what does the abc stand for?
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Aluminum / Brass / Chrome
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The tower .46 or an o.s. .46(cheaper, I wonder why?) might be some good options. As S.I. said, a .46 will move a 24" foamie well on water, grass, also snow and ice.
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Go with the OS line of motors. They may be a few more bucks, but are well worth it!!

I tried a few Tower motors in the past and was not happy with them, you spend too much time trying to keep them tuned.
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just purchased a O.S. .40 LA Natural thats been worked on alittle to get more rpm for 40.00 bucks so i will mail payment monday and hopefully get motor by next weekend oohhh so happy so when i get it i can make my motor mount oh so happy
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Here ya go, Maybe you can get a head start with this..Shows the Footprint (etc) of your new engine..Dave
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