New for 2010! The Werks Racing Team Line B5 .21 Off-Road Turbo Plug Buggy Engine! This engine makes amazing low end power, with great top end performance and incredible runtime! After months of exhaustive testing under grueling racing conditions Werks Racing is pleased to announce the release of it's new Team Line B5 .21 racing engine! Utilizing Werks Racing's first ever 5 port sleeve design, the B5 engine has been designed from the ground up to provide the maximum amount of performance, run time and drive-ability at an amazingly affordable price point! The B5 has already been proven in actual racing conditions even before it was released with Werks team driver Jeremy Kortz using a single, final spec B5 engine to take 2nd place at the RC Pro Series Australia race, as well as a A-main finish at the 2009 ROAR US Buggy Nationals!The B5 engine features Werks Racings unique "Team Line" split transfer case design with their signature stiffening ribs around the sleeve area of the case to control expansion. The 5 port, ABC construction sleeve and high-silicon aluminum alloy piston have been hand matched for optimum performance and life span. This engine also features a 7075 T6 knife edged connecting rod, a 2 needle carburetor with adjustable venturi (7mm stock) that has been produced from composite material to avoid heat absorption, as well as high quality "Swiss" racing bearings, a turbo head button and a CNC Machined & lightened, low CG cooling head design! This engine is packed full of features that are normally set aside for much more expesive models and at a price point that is comprable to a sport level engine. Performance, affordability, longevity
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i have about 7Gs on it and now have some what of a air leak arond the carb.