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Old 10-20-2006, 10:35 PM   #16
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is it true that IFMAR better than EFRA esp on the crankshaft?
Ifmar is the way to go for the Sirio..
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is it true that IFMAR better than EFRA esp on the crankshaft?
Go IFMAR, in where we're at, IFMAR is LEGAL. There's no need for us to go EFRA, as EFRA is for European countries, with further rules restriction.
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oic, okok. so i shall get myself a IFMAR. haha
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oic, okok. so i shall get myself a IFMAR. haha
yep and now that i know how to use it ill have no probs,or next year is there gona be a evo4 then ill get that.and know what to do.
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Old 10-29-2006, 11:57 PM   #20
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There is so much is deciding what is the best motor. Do you use horsepower, torque or dollars etc. Each in it's own right is the right thing depending on your intended use. One needs to pick the right engine / pipe / clutch setup for the track they drive.

In my case i choose the Max SL3 with a RB 2604 pipe. For the way I like the car setup this is working for me.
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hows the SL3? is the pick-up speed fast? its the most expensive engine (not to compared with JP) in my list.
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The SL3 is ridiculously quick. It would be my second choice to the Sirio.

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hows the SL3? is the pick-up speed fast? its the most expensive engine (not to compared with JP) in my list.
I had a JP but I don't know if it was me but I just couldn't get it to live up to the performance i believed it should have had.
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