HPI G3.0 HO Engine With Pullstart

HPI G3.0 HO Engine With Pullstart

Brand: HPI

Part Number: HPI-107824

£117.57 Web Price RRP £128.07

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The HPI G3.0 HO engine is the high output (HO) version of the well-known HPI G3.0 engine (#101310).

The new high output version is optimsed for performance and durability without compromising on run time.

A finned black-coated crankcase design not only adds strength and rigidity but will also help cool the engine.

HPI\'s WR8 Rally car (#106950) comes preinstalled with the G3.0 HO engine.

Specification for G3.0 HO:
  • Capacity :2.95cc
  • Bore: 16.8mm
  • Stroke 13.6mm
  • RPM : 30000
  • Practical RPM: 6500~32000
  • Power : 2.2 ps/kw
  • Carburettor: Composite Slide,7mm Bore

  • Brand: HPI
  • Part No: HPI-107824
  • Displacement: 3.0cc (0.18ci)
  • Starter: Pull Start
  • Fitment: Standard Part

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Hi, Do you know when you are going to get more stock of HPI 107824 please? Its the G3.0 HO Nitro Engine. Many thanks.
Asked by Andy Cooper on 2nd December 2019

We are not too sure at the moment but you can buy this engine instead : 4476519

Answered by: Anthony @ Wheelspin Models

will this be a simple fit in the FTX carnage ?
Asked by John on 6th June 2020

Yes that should fit in there.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Hi, will this fit an MT2 as long as i use the 86000 engine mount. Would I need to upgrade anything else?
Asked by Shaun on 7th July 2020

Yes that should fit fine with the 86000 mounts

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Would this engine fit into a HPI bullet MT, and if so would I notice any increase in performance compared to the stock bullet 3.0 engine I have?
Asked by Daniel on 23rd March 2021

Yes that would fit.

Performance would be ever so slightly more (these are the HO High Output version)

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

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