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Discussion in 'Traxxas Revo' started by Team Castrello, Oct 23, 2004.
WHAT size is the 2.5 in .15 format is it a .18 .21 u no like that
It is a .15
so if its an .15 putting an .21 would make it go realy faster and how hard is the swap and can u even do it
Actually, most .12's and .15's have a higher rpm giving you a higher top speed. As long as the engine is powerful enough to push it. A 21 "drop-in" would give you much better torque and it would get to top speed a lot quicker. It would also let you change the gears so it can go faster.
New Era makes mounts for a big block and a medium block transplant. Both are reported to be average in quality with alittle work needed to make them work. Traxxas is coming out with a kit to put a .21(or similar) big block in. That seems like the ticket! Not out until november.
Kind of funny that traxxas supports aftermarket engines...
It's kind of got me excited about the Revo...Traxxas would NEVER have put out a BB conversion kit for the Maxx...maybe this revo is the real deal....I guess I will find out, I have a CMB Raptor engine.....good all around useable power with incredable top end...I can't wait to see my big block revo in action....all I need is the Revo(on the way) and the Conversion kit. I hope the kit makes the revo compatible with most starterboxes and not just revo specific ones.
I wonder if Traxxas is going to come out with a larger motor??
I doubt that they will, most all their cars and trucks are based on the small block, maybe someday, but not in the near future. IMO
I just got the Sirio23 and it comes with its own engine mount and header.
Hmm just need exhaust!
You lucky dog, I waaant that engine sooo much.
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