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Old 11-17-2003, 08:43 PM   #61
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I just had my RS12 pinched by osrocket and the fitment is very tight. Definetely tighter than new. Ran it over the weekend and am very pleased with the results. Still have to run some more tanks through as it still sticks at the top of the sleeve. Breaking this in reminds me of the Pixy.
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Old 10-03-2007, 06:00 PM   #62
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I have used OS Rocket Resizing many times. I buy and sell vehicles. I get so many that don't run right for one reason or another. The main reason most do not run right is the carb setting are so far off they do not have a chance to run like they should! Second they are not air tight! The final is a lack of pinch. I have sent many piston/sleeve combos to OS rocket and they work fine when I get them back and they last. If more people would read more on tunine their results would be much better.

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