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Old 04-11-2010, 05:34 PM   #1
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Anyone have any info on the Fioroni option parts .21 engine?
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generally speaking fioroni option team parts are over priced and under perform.
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generally speaking fioroni option team parts are over priced and under perform.
I agree for the most part. Exceptions are their turbo sliding clutch systems and their silicone exhaust seals.

I haven't really heard anything about the engines. Don't know how they would perform.
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I agree for the most part. Exceptions are their turbo sliding clutch systems and their silicone exhaust seals.

I haven't really heard anything about the engines. Don't know how they would perform.
That's the clutch I'm running, the shoes last forever, and I've only once had to replace one of the 2 spring in about 4 gallons of fuel. But performance wise it runs and feels exactly like my mugen 3 shoe clutch.
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That's the clutch I'm running, the shoes last forever, and I've only once had to replace one of the 2 spring in about 4 gallons of fuel. But performance wise it runs and feels exactly like my mugen 3 shoe clutch.
Exactly my point. Awesome clutch systems! I wouldn't run anything else.
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