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Old 05-05-2004, 04:47 PM   #16
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Originally posted by Rowdy
I ran an orion V2 for the first time last weekend. It was a blue endbell modified version 8x1. I found it to have plenty of power down low but I thought it lacked some top end speed. The motor was very smooth and efficient, I was coming in with about 30 seconds more runtime than with a core touring.

I read this week on the orion website that an 8x1 modified version is equal in power to a 10x1 touring version, so that may explain the increase in runtime. I thought 30 secs was a bit to good to be true.
I believe hard springs and low timing is the go for revoulutions in touring cars. This combo will pick up some bottom end power.
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