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Old 06-09-2008, 04:13 PM   #16
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how is the sirio evo III? i heard was very smooth and had a decent amount of power. amain has them at 234. how is it compared to the long stroke, there both the same amount of $.
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if you can afford it for 260.00 go with the rb s7 l2g. I have one and its been the best engine I have had so far and I have had alot. very easy to tune plenty of power and never flames out. I have a gallon on mine now and it is still very tight
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