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Nitro Engine's: News on the Mega engine line: ZX , SP and MF (1287 Reads)
Posted by admin on Wednesday, March 15, 2006 - 01:19 PM
 

mega Mega is expanding the engine-line-up with 2 exciting new releases.

The Mega line-up already consists of the Mega ZX-series - affordable, high performance engines manufactured by Picco Micromotori in Italy which include .12 / .15 / .21 on and off-road as well as Small block .26 and Big Block 28 engines. Exciting news on the ZX21 DSII will follow soon.

A recent addition to the Mega line-up is the SP series of engine to cater for the Ready-to-Race cars and for the budget oriented racers. The first engine in this line is the SP-12 which is a great entry level engine for those racers running in the 200mm touring car class.

A further addition to the Mega range is the MF MasMo series of hand-tuned and selected .12 and .21 engines for the hardcore on road R/C racer looking for that ultra special engine.

 

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