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Old 02-06-2004, 11:56 AM   #1
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would you like to see it? Internals won't be shown and it is still a couple months off. Yes it does exist.
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would you like to see it? Internals won't be shown and it is still a couple months off.
I WOUDL LOVE TO SEE IT
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Old 02-06-2004, 12:04 PM   #3
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It looks very conventional.
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I don't use a picture hosting service anymore so.
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It looks very conventional.
Looks very nice, but look doesn't describe the performance. I am sure it is not conventional inside. Congratulation Dennice. I am realy happy you got yours and we can pushh the thing forward!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
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Old 02-06-2004, 12:08 PM   #7
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For those who have run hand tuned RTU's expect the exact same performance or better at very competitive price. If you've owned an RTU you know exactly what it will look like inside. Expect NS level power
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There will be a 3 port, 6 port,10 port available over time with standard and sg cranks and slide or rotary carbs.
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Hey Dennis, If you want to post larger pictures, I can host a limited # for you. [email protected]
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denis i'm glad to finally see one. i'm sure brad and tenessee will
be happy also. is that the only sample or did david and RD send
more for test purposes. Also the Carb looks good.
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Well there are 2. I will be having some of the parts tested soon like starting tomorrow. There are still some major changes we need to do but its comming along well. The carb is excellent I could not ask for better. The one I tested last summer was awesome.
Thanks troy I'll just let it roll for the moment. I'll take you up when the final marketing pictures are done.
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Dennis, how much will they cost?
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I can't give you an exact number and I don't want to stick my foot in my mouth so I will be very generic It will be a little more than an Serio and quite a bit less than an NS12. I would bet you could almost buy a pair for what a Novamax costs.
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Dennis, good to here. I just missed out when you stopped selling to the public a while back. Looking foward to trying yours and Eds work too.
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It looks very conventional.
Congratulations Dennis !
Like TG said, we were very sure that no conventional inside.
And we dont buy the engine from their looks
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