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Old 06-16-2009, 12:50 AM   #31
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The Orion CRF.21 stock is faster than a speed but I don't know about the modded JPX.If you want a truggy engine to modify the go tech .25 with just a little port and crank work will crush these engines and the price is right but they don't last like an OS.
A CRF and a JPX perform nearly identical...the CRF has a little more punch and the JPX has a little more top end..
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And both are overpowered.Cavaliery had then detune his to make it drivable in his buggy.Having that much power is lots of fun but not always faster.
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