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Old 06-03-2011, 07:31 PM   #1
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what is the different between NOVAROSSI 2011 FLASH .12-PTS and the PT

one has 2 Ceramics and PT has Ceramics /steel anything esle?? it $79 more??
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That's the only difference. The piston/sleeve and crank are the same.
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the new front ceramic bearing claimed having 300 rpm more then regular steel bearing.
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the new front ceramic bearing claimed having 300 rpm more then regular steel bearing.

so?
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Sales gimmick, no meaning. This is identification between S and non S
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300 rpm is just about 0.6% performance gain. You must be a very good driver to use that improvement.
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