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Old 02-02-2010, 04:06 PM   #16
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We have had them in Australia for around two weeks now, there are a few hitting the track on the weekend for the first time here in Western Australia. Ebay them they are even on there now.
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I agree that an OS branded ninja is probably close to what we will see. I hope they keep it a 3 port though. I have always liked the bottom end and fuel mileage of the of the v-spec over the ninja. The big things that would be improved with that setup would be the better case, crank and rod which are IMO the only improvements needed on the v-spec. I guess we will see soon enough.
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Well i just hope its not to long maybe the toy fair will shed some light on the subject.
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Or is this an on-road replacement?

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Or is this an on-road replacement?

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Looks a lot like an on-road engine cause of the small head. But I could be wrong.
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A little birdy told me "The current V-Spec engine, OSMG2068 13895 21VZ-B(P) V-SPEC ABC 21J, will be replaced with the new 21XZB around May or June."

The engine shown here on rcspecial is the 21XZ-R On Road engine
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