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Old 12-23-2011, 10:00 AM
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Originally Posted by merdith6 View Post
In my experience there is no substitute for a p5. My most favorite engine to date is the Houston Tuned p5. Monty is super cool, very detailed oriented, and can make it run like a swiss watch. I recommend the tuning, the filled crank, ceramic ball replacement, and the double shielded nova front bearing. Medium bent nova header, and 9853ss pipe,and keep an eye on ur clutch
Nova P5s here.... Ive run alot of OS in the past, but the P5 have got my attention big time.
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Old 12-24-2011, 11:08 AM
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Fusion X7 are the business.

There are lots of motors out there that i like, and i currently have a few different brands on my work bench and must say the X7 is my fav of the bunch. Best of all worlds!!!

Monty is the man to see in the US of A , he honestly does care about his customers and his service is tops.

If your in Aus Dave is the man, same attributes as Monty but on the 'RIGHT' side of the pond!!!
"right" side huh? You tard!
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