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Old 05-14-2008, 04:53 AM   #1
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Default Go 3 Port R spec and a 3 Port Sport?

I am interested in trying out a Go 3 Port R spec and a 3 Port Sport.

I was thinking about running the 3 Port Sport on a smaller indoor track and the R spec on larger outdoor tracks. How is the powerband on the 3 port Spec? I would plan on running a Dynamite 086 pipe on both engines? Is this pipe OK?

Could I use a carb from Novarossi P5XS on either engine? Would this carb be a good upgrade?

If I ran the Sport, is it a good idea to change to a Turbo button? If I stay with the stock button, what is a good glowplug to use?
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Old 05-14-2008, 05:07 AM   #2
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im interested in the same 2 engines and the 7 port i have the 5 port but im interested in a good engine for buggy im leaning towards the 3 port race. from what i know novarossi carbs fit and os#8 is theplug i hear to use for the non turbo button
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