This is the Werks Racing Team Line B2 .21 Off-Road Competition Buggy Engine. The B2 is a 3 port long stroke design, intended to be an attractively priced, competition worthy engine that is well suited for medium sized tracks. The B2 has an extremely attractive price point, making it suitable for people transitioning into their first racing engine. As with all Werks engines, this is a true race worthy product. For more experienced users, the B2 delivers stump pulling torque and a strong power band that is ideal for both buggy and truggy!
RPM Range: 3,000 to 34,000
Output: 2.4 @ 33,000 rpm
Sleeve: three Port, Chrome Plated Brass
Piston: CNC Machined High-Silicon Aluminum Alloy
Connecting Rod: Double bushed made with special 7075 T6 aluminum alloy
Carburetor: Aluminum 2 needle with adjustable venturi (7mm stock).
Cooling Head: CNC Machined, lightened, low CG design
Plug: not included (Werkz #5 recommended)
This product was added to our catalog on August 12, 2011.
This engine is amazing, dont let the low price fool you. This engine can compete on the highest level, it helped me get my Mugen MBX6 into the 1/8 buggy main at the 2012 Silver State Nitro Challenge and had plenty of power at this years World Championships in Buenos Aires Argentina.
I have this motor in a Hotbodies D8T for my son who is 11. We run on a smaller track and this motor is perfect. Has a ton of torque. The top end is decent. Wouldn't hesitate to put this in any of my rc vehicles. Very good motor for the price...
Just got this engine n let me tell u ,plse don't let the price of this engine fool u, this is really one powerful 3 port engine, I'm running it on my jammin x-1crt on a small to medium track n I keep up or pass guys with 300 dollars engine, great quality engine, good job werks racing, ill buy their team pro b5 engine next month.
People please don't let the price fool you.....if broken in right this engine will dominate its competition....this engine is so underated its ridiculous! !
Getting into 1/8 Nitro Buggies, many times you are recommend many different motors, and receive many different opinions with each recommendation. My key focus was finding something reliable, at a relatively decent price point. I landed at the Werks B2.
This engine was easy to break in (I did use a heat gun to heat it up before starting for the first gallon), and once it was tuned it, the tune has stayed consistent through the day, and develops great power! With the 3 port design, it has good bottom end power, along with a good balance of fuel mileage. I have it paired with a Werks 2058 pipe to up the power band towards the top, and it makes the engine smooth to drive, and keep up on the straight.
Don't let the price of the engine fool you, I have been extremely with this engine. 2 gallons and still going strong!
I bought this motor about a month ago and when I first got it it would start but wouldn't hold a tune...idles screw goes out a lot ive already had to replace some of the o rings in the carb. I wouldn't buy another werks motor if they were penny
I bought the werks B2 one mounth ago and put seven tanks thru it, now it has no compression call werks and they would not help with the problem. They said it was a tune problem and nothing they could do for me And I was @#$& out of luck. A main tried to help all they could but I know its not there problem. Buyer beware!!