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LRP .32!!

Old 11-18-2011, 09:25 AM
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Default LRP .32!!

Will post a link and pic soon if I can find it..

But here's the info:

A displacement monster for 1/8 Off-road fans!

To restrain its enormous power, the ZR.32 Spec.2 engine is equipped with an especially reinforced heavy duty XTEC T6 engine housing. The new heavy duty Cool-Down-Max cylinder head features a completely new cooling fin arrangement. Every drop of fuel is 100% converted into power! The LRP ZR.32 Spec.2 pull start engine is equipped with the same LRP XTEC PowerCarb 2 15S-2 carburetor like its “smaller” brother LRP ZR.30 Spec.2 Pull start. Its flow optimized design features maximum power and easy adjustability at the same time. The standard burn room also stands for this uncomplicated setup. You cannot replace displacement with anything, but even more displacement! The LRP ZR.32 Spec.2 Pull start engine verifies this motto. It’s better not to be forced to compete against it on the track …

Features:

New Cool-Down-Max cylinder head - Improved cooling and higher efficiency through new cooling fin arrangement.
XTEC PowerCarb 2 15S-2 carburetor – Flow optimized carburetor with 9mm inserts for maximum power and easy adjustability at the same time.
Universal fit – Fits all major .21 engine mounts.
Standard burn room - Guarantees easy adjustment of the engine in all conditions.
XTEC T6 engine housing - Especially reinforced heavy duty engine housing for toughest off-road action.
Massive con rod - Extra reinforced con rod. Especially adjusted for .32 engines.
Ultra strong pull start – Pull start specifically developed for big block engines.
Power Start capable - Prepared for the use of the LRP Power Start for starting the engine at the push of one button.
5 + 1 ports


Technical Date:

Part Number - LRP32820
Suitable for - 1/8th Buggies, Truggies, and Monster trucks
Cubic Capacity - .32 (5.24ccm)
Horse Power - 4.34hp
RPM Max - 33,000rpm



LRP32820 ZR - .32 Spec.2 Pull Start Engine - $329.99
Available: Mid-November 2011
Old 11-18-2011, 09:27 AM
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http://www.teamassociated.com/news/latest_products/712-LRP_ZR.32_Spec.2_Pull_Start_Nitro_Engine!
Old 11-21-2011, 01:19 PM
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Default RE: LRP .32!!

Savage you can pre order from WWW.AMAINHOBBIES.COM for 195.00
Old 11-21-2011, 01:56 PM
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Default RE: LRP .32!!

Honestly, I'm actually not that interested in it.. I think an LRP 30 will have plenty of torque for my purposes.. Any more and you're just eating drivetrain afaic.. For pulling or whatever maybe..

I'm torn right now between getting a 30 or another 28..

Thanks though..

ps.. Am keen to see somebody else one run though..
Old 11-22-2011, 12:29 PM
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Me too, I would love to see one in action. Im very interested in one, I ordered mine a few minutes ago. Ive had a few .28 from LRP and i loved each one.

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Default RE: LRP .32!!

there are axial .32 engines for $120 on ebay,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Old 01-27-2012, 05:20 AM
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The axial's are decent, but they will lack some power compared to the LRP's. An Axial is not a bad engine for the price though.
Old 01-27-2012, 09:59 AM
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The axial's are decent, but they will lack some power compared to the LRP's. An Axial is not a bad engine for the price though.
I paid more for my axial 32rr-1 than i did my lrp 30. the axial is an absolute slouch, a f4.6 tears it a new one and comparing it to the lrp is a joke. Their junk, I will never buy another axial engine.

the axial was 209. plus tax
the lrp was 199. plus tax
Old 01-27-2012, 10:03 AM
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sorry to hear that!!!tamiya has a .32 that i heard was a beast+very smooth to break-in and holds a tune&idle well,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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The axial's are decent, but they will lack some power compared to the LRP's. An Axial is not a bad engine for the price though.
I paid more for my axial 32rr-1 than i did my lrp 30. the axial is an absolute slouch, a f4.6 tears it a new one and comparing it to the lrp is a joke. Their junk, I will never buy another axial engine.

the axial was 209. plus tax
the lrp was 199. plus tax
I have an axial .28 with 10 gallons on it. Not the biggest powerhouse around, but its always been reliable.
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yep, i am sure they are cummins, but when you buy a 32rr-1 with all the new porting and what have you, and the lhs rants and raves about how crazy they are, and then you install it in your savage x 4.6 rtr as an "upgrade". then you realize you made your truck slower can be a very frustrating experience. the worst part about the 32 rr1 is, not only does it have no top end what so ever, it also has a problem with off idle bottom end. its just a bad engine all around. you can sort out the bottom end a bit with the 8.5 mm restrictor but that kills even more of the already "lack there of" top end. the 28's are better. but we can all agree that an f4.6 with beat the series engines.
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Default RE: LRP .32!!

Has anyone bought one of these things yet? How do they go in an LST XXL and are they a direct drop in? I'm assuming the 454 backplate will fit it?
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I haven't heard of anyone trying one yet.. Yes, it must be a direct drop in.. Not sure on the backplate - but I would expect the stock backplate to mount up...
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i just mounted a brand new lrp 32 in one of my savage x's. running 17/47 gearing 2 speed. waiting on the ofna 086 pipe. my other savage x has a lrp 30 spec 2 with three speed running the same gearing. i will let you know how the two compare. pipe will be in friday, hopefully get it tuned this weekend and by the end of the weekend have a good little review. man, its like i am the first person to buy this engine, i cant find any personnal reviews online, try googleing lrp 32 and all that really comes up is stores selling it. i guess its still fairly new. cheers guys
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Sounds good.. Looking forward to your review... (video?.. )
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Default RE: LRP .32!!



Waiting to see your review to. I am in the market search for a new replacement for my original .26 mach.   Previous owner used and abused it. 



Question I do have about engines is can  you put the spin start on any of them or do they need to be designated as spin start ready?

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got it mounted up tonight with the ofna 086 pipe. the factory header just clear's the rear spring (suspension compressed or released). the installation went beautiful, had to modify the header a little to mount to the engine but other than that it went perfect. I am going to break it in this week, sorry guys just bear with me, i have a 2 yr old a 5 yr old and a wife that works lots of hours. here some pics of it and comparing it to my lrp 30/ dynamite 086 pipe combo. they are both x chassis trucks (i hate the xl look, just imo).
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ok guys so i ran two tanks through it tonight. First off the engine has the same carb as the lrp 30, but this one must have been out of wack from the factory as i never checked the needles and the low speed was set so low it would't idle with out holding the throttle on. after messing around with it in the backyard, I set the needles back to factory and its running beautifully. (My fault i should have checked the needles prior to running) the engine so far runs perfect. this thing is going to be a monster for bottom end i can already tell just from the half throttle/running super rich feel. I will keep you posted!
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lmywK...WzOGqcyUc7w%3D
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Nice!.. Thanks for the vid. Doesn't show much - but hey, it's got to be the first one around...

Am keen to see it at WOT once it's more broken in...

Sounds cool with the 086..
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Default RE: LRP .32!!

Im in the market for either a .30 or .32 for my SavageXL. The .30 has 5000rpm more on the .32, but if the .32 has more torque and the same accelleration, I'll gladly get the .32 I love the look of that engine too...!!
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Are these about the same as the OS 30 ?
thanks
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From tests conducted, the OS .30 lacks top end and has an inferior port design that of the LRP. I was going to go with either the OS or LRP, and its now LRP all the way. But I guess its what you will be using it for really.
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From tests conducted, the OS .30 lacks top end and has an inferior port design that of the LRP. I was going to go with either the OS or LRP, and its now LRP all the way. But I guess its what you will be using it for really.
Who's tests?

I've heard good things about the OS .30 but maybe the LRP is just that much better!
and only about $215 from Tower, the LRP could make my Muggy much more fun
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There was one member who bought both engines, and ran them. They stated that the LRP was that much better, also plenty of videos online of the two engines and many OSVG.30 owners were not satisfied with the performance. There are also a lot of the OS engines not lasting more than 2 gallons, but that there could also come down to operator error in tuning. All I know is that Im definitely getting a LRP, especially for the price but also reliabilty and performance. Its got me, but now its just a case of .30 or .32. Im leaning to .32 because I bash and dont need the extra top RPM. There are also 2 LRP .30's, the 5port standard and the 7port competition. The 7port revs to 38,000 or so where as the standard .30 and the .32 rev to 34,000 RPM. Im keen on seeing how much more torque the .32 has in this test steed2 is about to run.

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