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Old 10-26-2004, 03:35 PM   #1
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Default Low Compression Or Not?

im setting up my truck for drag so i have been told to put in a low compression engine by some and a high compression from others what compression high or low? (hint: I like LINKS!)
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hi.....usually 'low compression' terms is not a favourite words to be heard by most rcers....cause it does mean your engine need to be rebuild or replace...
as for the 'drag' thing i am not familiar......
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