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Old 10-15-2001, 10:38 AM   #61
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Originally posted by Manticore

what Rody said is that after you run in the piston sleeve, they become almost absolute match that make perfect seal for any thing between the piston and sleeve even "fuel/oil" and this causes the tight feel when you move the flywheel.
oh...so thats what he means.....hehehe...then i think you need a super powerful starter box then....
manticore...remember the chat on starter box we had....kkeekekke
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