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Old 12-27-2009, 09:38 PM   #1
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Questions?? GO .25, 6 ports


Is somebody have ever tried this engine in a truggy????
Seam to be realy nice and it's realy cheap. I can buy it for $185.00CAD with the turbo room install on it.

I have the new GX 5 port in my buggy and i like it, and if this .25 perform and tune like my .21, i'll be very happy.
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Old 12-27-2009, 11:43 PM   #2
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If you want the extra bottom end power over a .21 5 port Go then it is the ticket. They get great fuel mileage as well, almost the same as a .21. If you are happy with the power out of the 5 port then the Gx will last longer because it has coated parts in it and the .25 doesn't yet. A .28 sport modded is a cheaper alternative also, I sell them for $170.00.

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The owner of Go Taiwan actually runs a .25 with the turbo button installed on his truggy, and LOVES it. As does Patricio Concha in Chile.

I run the GX-3R and the GX-5R in mine and prefer those. I've also tried the MG-66 and find that one absolutely wicked. Still, I think the GX-5R is the best overall truggy motor from the Go line. Either way, let Rex know what you need... if you're set on the .25 6-port, I can send him one to sell you. Be sure and let him know if you want the turbo button (allows for the use of turbo plugs).
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On .21's im a 7 port lover, and for truggy FOR ME, there is not a better engine than a .25 6 port ... AWESOME !! :

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Old 12-28-2009, 10:42 AM   #5
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The reason why this GO 25 is interesting for me, is because a friend of me have a LSH and have all the GO parts in stocks. GX-5R, GX-7R, GO 25 and GO 28, ALL PART in stocks.
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