The Boss Z7 7-port on-road engine is hand-tuned and assembled by Nds-Tech and features a coated crankcase, hand-tuned ABC liner and specially treated backplate to increase the overall performance of this 3.5cc on-road engine. Other features of the Z7 include a crankshaft with silicone insert and two Swiss-made ball bearings with the rear one being a ceramic type.
SchepisModel have announced that they have made an agreement with the Spanish 1:8 offroad driver Richi Gomez. Richi will race the 2010 Spanish Nationals and other International competitions, including next November’s World Championships in Thailand, using the new Boss engines which has been designed and tuned by Mario Rossi.
Schepis Model in Italy have announced an agreement with former European B Champion Alessio Mazzeo to use their BOSS engine for the 2010 season. The front running Italian Serpent driver previously ran with JP and Max Power engines. Schepis Model had the following to say about the deal:
Mazzeo will replace team driver Giuseppe D’Angelo as official development driver – we thank Giuseppe for the activities carried out so far on our behalf. Our choice has been motivated by the fact that Mazzeo is in our opinion one of the best international drivers and, besides, he lives in our city, Messina. For this reason, the agreement will definitely help us in the process of testing and development of our engines.
Now that the World Champion GRP made Ninja .12 motor has finally been released to its expectant public, the other brand of motors made by GRP and Mario Rossi can come out too. The Schepis Model, BOSS branded, GRP motor has been released, and well what can you say about it other than its a World Champion motor with a different, blue, cooling head. The set that it comes in looks pretty sweet, which comes with exhaust system, sew on badge, decals and other promo things including a CD, although I’m not sure whats on it.
Truggymania.com have lots of close up photos of the new .28 truggy motor from Boss engines. Called the M28, it is exactly what you would expect from GRP and Mario Rossi but just a bigger capacity. You can check out the full picture set here.