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Old 07-09-2008, 10:32 PM   #46
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U must had a really bad time with ur GO motor lol..

yup my 100 dollar thundertiger engine ran better then my go thats sad
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yup my 100 dollar thundertiger engine ran better then my go thats sad
What's sad is people that can't tune giving people advice.
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Old 07-09-2008, 11:26 PM   #48
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What's sad is people that can't tune giving people advice.

must be


i had no problem tuning the go pile of crap with a novarossi carb.

now if only go didnt have a crappy carb on there engine it would be tuneable.

and im not the only one who has had problems but im not going to sit here and let everyone else buy a pile of crap
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Old 07-09-2008, 11:36 PM   #49
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i had no problem tuning the go pile of crap with a novarossi carb.

now if only go didnt have a crappy carb on there engine it would be tuneable.

and im not the only one who has had problems but im not going to sit here and let everyone else buy a pile of crap
Hmm, I wonder how I'm winning races with a pile of crap...
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you must be lucky i guess mine was a pile of crap and i will continue to repeat it. no one has proven me wrong i havent seen a go run good with a go carb on it from a first hand expierence so to me they are a pile of crap
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Hmm, I wonder how I'm winning races with a pile of crap...
furadi, like i said the engines run strong if you can get it tuned right. cheescake, myself and many others have had tuning issues with go techs, the 1st-4th gen go tech engines had terrible carbs, some were lucky and had no issues while others had nightmares trying to get the engine running properly, it was luck of the draw really. If they have their issues resolved that would be nice but as of now it still seems like its a luck of the draw type deal(just check the go thread and see how many people in the last week have tuning issues), i would advise anybody to wait until they get the issues ironed out before they bought one. Just acknowledge the fact that they have issues, that's undeniable(again read the go tech engine thread), if the op is asking for a good reliable easy to tune engine, the go tech engines should not be considered.
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furadi, like i said the engines run strong if you can get it tuned right. cheescake, myself and many others have had tuning issues with go techs, the 1st-4th gen go tech engines had terrible carbs, some were lucky and had no issues while others had nightmares trying to get the engine running properly, it was luck of the draw really. If they have their issues resolved that would be nice but as of now it still seems like its a luck of the draw type deal(just check the go thread and see how many people in the last week have tuning issues), i would advise anybody to wait until they get the issues ironed out before they bought one. Just acknowledge the fact that they have issues, that's undeniable(again read the go tech engine thread), if the op is asking for a good reliable easy to tune engine, the go tech engines should not be considered.

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furadi, like i said the engines run strong if you can get it tuned right. cheescake, myself and many others have had tuning issues with go techs, the 1st-4th gen go tech engines had terrible carbs, some were lucky and had no issues while others had nightmares trying to get the engine running properly, it was luck of the draw really. If they have their issues resolved that would be nice but as of now it still seems like its a luck of the draw type deal(just check the go thread and see how many people in the last week have tuning issues), i would advise anybody to wait until they get the issues ironed out before they bought one. Just acknowledge the fact that they have issues, that's undeniable(again read the go tech engine thread), if the op is asking for a good reliable easy to tune engine, the go tech engines should not be considered.
As I've said, the issues are resolved. I have the most recent batch without the long LSN. and the long LSN is what was causing the issues.
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As I've said, the issues are resolved. I have the most recent batch without the long LSN. and the long LSN is what was causing the issues.

and you know the issues are resolved in all of them how???? do you work for go?????or did you get one of the old engines with the right carb needle???? too many running changes make it a leary engine to purchase
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and you know the issues are resolved in all of them how???? do you work for go?????or did you get one of the old engines with the right carb needle???? too many running changes make it a leary engine to purchase
Its pretty obvious when the engine has the new etching and a short LSN.
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HOW DO YOU KNOW THEY ARE ALL FIXED? you dont you may have a new one but that doesnt mean all the new ones are fixed
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Its pretty obvious when the engine has the new etching and a short LSN.
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get an rb you know you are getting quality then!!
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HOW DO YOU KNOW THEY ARE ALL FIXED? you dont you may have a new one but that doesnt mean all the new ones are fixed
Why would they ship out engines that are fixed and aren't?
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