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Old 06-19-2004, 11:10 PM   #871
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soap opera moment ? only lonely kids and boreing house wives would know what a soap opera moment is.
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d5 5p tubro for $150 brand new is this a good thing, and what can i expect from this motor?
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Old 06-25-2004, 12:51 AM   #876
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Hey Dino,

When are you going to post the features of the D3R so people can tell the difference. If t he parts are interchangeable, I don't why the D3R will be more powerful than the D3.



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Yes,all parts are interchangeable.
RS3 >> D3 >> D3R

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Old 06-25-2004, 10:30 AM   #877
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Hey Dino,

When are you going to post the features of the D3R so people can tell the difference. If t he parts are interchangeable, I don't why the D3R will be more powerful than the D3.
Dear F2k,

Why not? Even though all parts are interchangeable,but it dose bring more power with the upgraded parts. Of course a modified engine is not only having modified sleeve or what. I only said something that you can find by your eyes. The other different places are main needle;low speed needle;crankshaft;head pick sleeve/piston;colored light-weigh head....etc. Spend more time to pick them and assembling carefully. You know time is money. If you are a good tuner,you can choice stock engine because you know how to tune it. I don't believe a tuner will buy mod engines. If you do need more power but you don't want to waste time or maybe take risks. The modified version is your best choice.

Sometimes the world is not that fair. Some people are rich but some people are not. A manufactory need to supply different level products for masses. D3R has better performance but it dosen't mean D3 isn't good. The lap time different between mod engine and stock engine should be less than 0.5 second.(same racer;same day;same car) We often can see some guy run faster with his normal engine or lame car. The equipment is not the only one fateful key factor. If you want to win,you have to KNOW your car,your engine and yourself. Your biggest enemy is yourself.... Sorry,off topic....I report myself..

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I finally got my D3R today dino looks good my hats of to you guys, taking the maden voyage with it this weekend i haven't ran in almost 3 months i will try to give my performance of running next week
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Hey Dino, can you tell me what is the difference between D5R vs D5? powerwise.

I know it had been discussed the D5R had hand picked P/S set, timing different but would like to know in real life what would the D5R perform compare with Stock D5

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Hey Dino, can you tell me what is the difference between D5R vs D5? powerwise.

I know it had been discussed the D5R had hand picked P/S set, timing different but would like to know in real life what would the D5R perform compare with Stock D5

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The D5R has better top end compare to stock D5.
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The D5R has better top end compare to stock D5.
and I assume the same could be said for the D3 Vs D3R ?
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and I assume the same could be said for the D3 Vs D3R ?
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The D5R has better top end compare to stock D5.
Just the topend? how about bottom~mid, fuel consumsion, temp range, torque band and such?

I just want to know more about this engine before I get one, as well as plan on gearing and such to maxiumize the engine.

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Just the topend? how about bottom~mid, fuel consumsion, temp range, torque band and such?

I just want to know more about this engine before I get one, as well as plan on gearing and such to maxiumize the engine.

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The D3R has ballistic acceleration. Unbelievable top end speed. Super economical fuel consuming. Never go wrong with this lovely engine.





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