LRP NITRO MOTOR ZR.32X SPEC.4.1 COMPETITION

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Pull start in my opinion is better, no battery, just pull & go , not difficult to change out.
 
Thanks for your advice. Yes, finally ordered the pull start instead of roto one.
Can't wait to put them on ! 🙂
 
FWIW, every LRP engine I've owned liked to be at least 80F to start. Anything under 50F and you could pull the cord until your fingers bled and not get a pop out of it. Between 50 and 70, they fight you.

I've had a few of the 28's and 30's over the years. Even when fully broken in (which takes about a gallon, maybe a bit more), they still hate starting when under 50F.

I don't run nitro's hardly ever anymore, when I do, it's warm out so not a real issue.
 

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