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Old 11-25-2003, 07:04 PM   #1
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has anyone heard bout the engine? ive seen bad and really good things bout it, is this over all a good truck ive heard crazy good and minimal bad, so im guessing it is, and ive heard it s competitive out of the box
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well my offerings on the new maxx arent real great..the truck is weak breaks easy..have to spend a ton of money to upgrade to where it needs to be..the 2.5 engine to me is crap it is very very hard to tune and it still overheats no matter how you tune it..and its a small block.. to me i think in monster trucks a big block is a must for hillclimbing and torque..so i would stay away from it myself but thats just me..
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