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Old 10-29-2005, 12:13 PM   #31
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I love my v12 Rody it is easy to tune and really rips. fuel economy is good considering it's power I can get about 5-6mins/tank in my V-one rrr.
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Old 10-29-2005, 12:15 PM   #32
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rody has great bottom and mid but gota choose right gears for long stret and clucth setting too,FX mid and top end is marvelous..
but stil go back to roll out ratio and cluct settin..and hands too
not to foget,PIPE plays d rule too
It does have strong bottom I had my front end lift off when it shifted on the straight. I have never seen any car do that before. (needless to say I adjusted my clutch after that )
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Which Rody do you have?
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Old 10-30-2005, 01:24 AM   #34
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Thumbs up which one is faster.... jp fx12t03 or rody v12

The bottom line is the more money you put the more power you have. Once you have a JP STOCK OR MODIFY you never regret Trust me......
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WC V1 RRR - 5 Port OS TZ & 3 Port JP
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Old 10-30-2005, 07:21 PM   #36
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i think 1/10 not that obvious with jp/rody/nova/bla..bla.. coz it is more on hand skills and set up but for 1/8 well u gota hv d competetive engine to compete wit those competetive engine around..car set up comes 2nd..

choose engine base on wat temp running,layout and pocket wise..
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JP is the best aight...no more questions ask..
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i think 1/10 not that obvious with jp/rody/nova/bla..bla.. coz it is more on hand skills and set up but for 1/8 well u gota hv d competetive engine to compete wit those competetive engine around..car set up comes 2nd..

choose engine base on wat temp running,layout and pocket wise..
Heck car setup still comes first and engine would be in setup. Not a race worthy engine, ur gonna get stomped. Same with 10th onroad you do need skill, and sometimes getting something a little faster may benefit. Always though if the engine is fuel efficient with good power, and you can drive it around the track without loosin a spot it's worth keepin.

MRX_joe-We know you like JP. That's fine and dandy, but they wanted a more detailed response like the previous ones.
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