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Old 11-05-2008, 05:49 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by Brandon Melton View Post
If longevity was an issue, it sounds to me like they were not broken in correctly. They are probably the tightest engines I have seen brand new, and because of this will wear the rod and cause undue to stress if not broken in properly. Guys around here are very bitter when my $189 motor kicks their $400 motor's ass. This is runing all stock components, non modded, and with the 0801 pipe. The popularity of them has grown around here, and once people have figured out the break in procedure (keep it hot) there hasn't been any failures.
I heard when they first started shipping, there was a bad batch that got shipped out. I think like 5 people at my track all got one of these same engines. I have also heard that the problem has been addressed, and is no longer an issue. I have not personally tried a GO engine, but there's tons of people who seem to love them, so that counts for something. Win with what you got, and stick to what you win with! That's my Motto
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Old 11-05-2008, 06:40 PM   #32
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If you get the GO junk the carb and put in something that actually tunes, like a V-spec. I got nothing good to say about the GO carbs, and I don't care to tune one EVER again.
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pick up an sh engine, some of the best engines going!! Sprrtwerks v2 .21
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end your sadness roll with sh for severe gladness!!
omg x3 rip one:cool or something
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Originally Posted by derek_18mt View Post
im going with the go.21 3 port r-spec and what pipe with it?? And because the rb is a sport engine
The 5 port go tech even better than the 3 IMO.
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