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Old 10-05-2008, 05:02 AM   #1
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Default ninja jx series 21 b01

hi guys have any of you guys tried this engine?? whats the deal with it?
i know its a 5 port and i seen a few things about it aparently it has an os .28 crankcase and the piston and sleeve can be changed to a os speed vzb vspec.

and the crank is ment to be coated in the same stuff the os speed is. this is just stuff i seen not sure if its true though, what do you guys know about it??

if this stuff is true then it would be correct to assume this thing goes similar to an o.s speed. im just not sure. is it a good engine?? whats its advantages to why you would buy one?

and i know its based on the vspec but is it worth the extra money compared to a standard vspec?

also does the engine bearings from the vspec fit it? sorry for all the questions im just starting a thread.
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