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Old 07-19-2009, 11:35 AM
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Old thread, I know

Well. Do any of you know about the fuel consumption of the 3, 5 and 7 port standard plug Go engines?

I'm going to buy a Hong Nor X2 buggy. Because of the light weight buggy, I guess a 7 port engine will have enough buttom power and good top speed. But does a 5 port run longer on a tank of fuel compared to 7 port?

What about the weight of those engines? I canít find the data anywhere.

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fuel economy will be about the same will depend alot on your level of tuning ..
the 5.5 generations are good on fuel in august the new gen 6 will be available .

you should be getting around 9-10 mins run time out of it if you r unsure on a pipe use a 2072 go tech pipe awsome on the 7 port the only i would use ...
if using a 5 port in a buggy can be aggressive down low
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the motors weigh no differance really compared to any other

another awsome buggy motor is the 3 port moded r thats what i run with the 2072 awsome top speed and awsome bottem end
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Thanks Aussie

How would I know which generation the local dealer got? And what is the difference?
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