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Old 04-22-2010, 11:31 PM   #31
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i don't see how people still say electric is cheaper. No way! The price of engines, plugs, clutch bells, clutch shoes and springs/bearings, flywheels, Con rod and bearing replacement, fuel, glo ignitor, starter box, starter box batteries, tunned pipes, aro, pipe manifold springs and gaskets, air filters, air filter oil, air filter necks, engine tools and screws, heat gun, engine sealant, temp gun (use this for electrics to).

On an on and on and on. Not to mention P/S maintence and replacement.


and if you are real good and you can get it to run really well and have it last more then five gallons. Your a pro

you mean nitro?
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