Reviews for Werks Racing Team Line B6-Pro .21 Off-Road Competition Buggy Engine (Turbo Plug) [WRXTL21B6PRO]

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chad bradley
Thursday, Apr 11 2013 (about 2 years ago)
Werks Racing Team Line B6-Pro .21 Off-Road Competition Buggy Engine (Turbo Plug)
Been using this engine in my 1/8 buggy with the Werks 2058 pipe. The power is very smooth, great top speed and fuel mileage is better than I ever imagined, getting on average just above ten minutes.
Matt
Verified Owner
Sunday, Feb 24 2013 (about 2 years ago)
Werks Racing Team Line B6-Pro .21 Off-Road Competition Buggy Engine (Turbo Plug)
Great engine. Idles smoothly without fail. Running it with 2058 pipe in a MBX6 and it screams. Great on fuel consumption as well. Using Werks 30% fuel without issues. More than enough power. Highly recommended!
Russell Freeman
Thursday, Jul 11 2013 (about a year ago)
Werks Racing Team Line B6-Pro .21 Off-Road Competition Buggy Engine (Turbo Plug)
Got nothing on a os or nova. I thought it was awesome until I put a speed in for a final. Better in every aspect.
Adam Vink
Verified Owner
Monday, Jun 20 2011 (about 3 years ago)
Werks Racing Team Line B6-Pro .21 Off-Road Competition Buggy Engine (Turbo Plug)
Great motor! Fuel mileage is great, makes smooth controllable power. Just over a gallon through it.
mike g
Thursday, May 22 2014 (11 months ago)
Werks Racing Team Line B6-Pro .21 Off-Road Competition Buggy Engine (Turbo Plug)
Motor sucked in dirt thru front bearing after 1 gallon thru it. Was running with a werks driver. When we figured out it was the front bearing, I called werks and asked if they could send me a new rod and piston. Ron says it was my fault ruining the engine running it and trying to tune it without taking it apart. Apparently, you should know that a front bearing will fail on a werks. Horrible experience, he then called my team driver friend and told him I was an a**. This was a year ago and I'm still mad about the way I was treated. Buy an alpha or Novi. Noone I know has ever had a problem with those mills, especially the p5, or a872.