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Old 11-09-2008, 10:53 AM   #1
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Sirio S21 CL7B STI Tuned "Long Stroke" Off-Road Competition Buggy Engine
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Sirio "Kanai EVO III" STI Tuned Off-Road Competition Buggy Engine ??
for buggy, and what pipe buy for one of this engine?
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Sirio S21 CL7B STI Tuned "Long Stroke" Off-Road Competition Buggy Engine
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Sirio "Kanai EVO III" STI Tuned Off-Road Competition Buggy Engine ??
for buggy, and what pipe buy for one of this engine?
i ran the evo iii with the 2013 pipe...
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neither... get the evo IV with a 2013
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I run the cl7b with the 2013 pipe very good bottom, great top.
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Sirio S21 CL7B STI Tuned "Long Stroke" Off-Road Competition Buggy Engine
or
Sirio "Kanai EVO III" STI Tuned Off-Road Competition Buggy Engine ??
for buggy, and what pipe buy for one of this engine?

I have tried this two engines on my 808. They are both great for buggys because their bottom end is very smooth, making your buggy easier to drive and staying on the racing line and translating to faster laptimes. Top-end is superb! I had better laptimes on my buggy using the sirio as compared to my OS Speed. For Truggy, the Speed is much better.

One thing though, durability of the Sirio is of caution for me. Make sure you change your conrod after 1 gallon.

I hope my post was of help to you bro.
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what you mean conrod?

what is it conrod?

s0z on the qeustions my english is lost :\
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what you mean conrod?

what is it conrod?

s0z on the qeustions my english is lost :\
Conrod means connecting rod.

The connecting rod is the part inside the engine that attaches the piston to the crankshaft.
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