Originally Posted by Sakura87
Where did you see the JLR .12 for $189?
It's more a decision on compatibility than it is performance.
Building up a history of buttons, cranks, pistons and conrods can come in handy latr on. Don't buy an engine that requires specific plugs or odd proprietary components, they become throw aways!
Get the N12...Do your SCIENCE on it..Experiment and practice maintenance, the moment you feel it's getting old, either get another if you feel you need more time or move on up the family tree of engines.
Bertrand, if you can do it that easily, you need better competition and a sponsor