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Old 05-18-2011, 06:05 AM   #16
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Eh? - disagree re. Sirio

Any engine can be painful to tune when it's not at its best H.
p.s. I 'm on your side with LRP

Now the STS - awesome engine for the price and great for a newbie .
We posted our best lap time on home turf with that engine, what ever you did to fix the issue, Im glad it's found a good owner
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To be a little blunt but straightforward, really any engine is good as long as it has research put into it.
I dont trust SH/HSP engines, from past experiences, but generally all engines are good.
Companies like OS, Novarossi, RB, Sirio and the like, they have HEEEEEEAAPS of research (CAD designs, track testing etc) behind them, and it shows in their popularity (and price).

So get an engine that you feel you can trust, that you can get support for, and that YOU will be happy with. You dont want to get something that doesn't work too well, and you are not happy with
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ok thanks for the help guys ill think ill go with the sirio as the dealer near me sells allot of sirio spares
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ok thanks for the help guys ill think ill go with the sirio as the dealer near me sells allot of sirio spares
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