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Old 04-11-2012, 11:21 PM   #1
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Default keep-on 21 vs PTS 21

Does anybody have both that can give us a comparison?
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Originally Posted by FaanP View Post
Does anybody have both that can give us a comparison?
From my testing, the Keep-On has more bottom. I ran both engines at the winternats and my times were a bit faster with the Keep-On.

Also, I really didn't feel like I lost anything running the PTS. Both engines
are very very fast!

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Default Novarossi keep-on engine

I believe the keep-on has more bottom end than most engines...
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