Flash Point FP02 .21 3-Port Competition Nitro Buggy Engine (w/Ceramic Rear Bearing)

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Flash Point FP02 .21 3-Port Competition Nitro Buggy Engine
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The Flash Point FP02 .21 3-Port Competition Nitro Buggy Engine features a long stroke design that provides exceptional low to mid-range torque, with great fuel consumption. Based off the Spec 2 configuration, the FP02 now includes a DLC coated crankshaft, black case, and black 21J carburetor. The FP02 is a great choice for use in nitro buggy and truck applications.   

  • Long stroke design provides great low-to middle-range torque.
  • 3 port configuration delivers more power with less fuel consumption.
  • Lower CG cooling head.  
  • DLC, silicone filled crankshaft with tungsten counterweight.  
  • Reliable 21J carburetor with 7mm restrictor
  • P3 glow plug  
Displacement: 0.213 cu in (3.49 cc) 
Bore: 0.641 in (16.27 mm) 
Stroke: 0.661 in (16.80 mm) 
Practical rpm: 4,000-42,000 
Power Output: 2.61 hp/2.65 ps @ 34,000 rpm 
Weight: 12.45 oz (353 g) 

This product was added to our catalog on August 13, 2021

Tuesday, Dec 14 2021 (10 months ago)
Flash Point FP02 .21 3-Port Competition Nitro Buggy Engine
Awesome engine. The quality you get from this engine is amazing (to be expected from OS) and it is for a very affordable price. I have 2 of these engines with a bit over a gallon through both of them. I followed the break-in instructions from the manual and they broke in very easy and quickly. It makes tons of power. It pushes my truggy around no problem and is a very very fast engine in my buggy. It has very good top end and good torque. The power comes in smoothly and seemingly effortlessly. It pushes through load like nothing but is still very controllable. I will update my review later when I’ve had more fuel run through the engine