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Old 10-12-2006, 11:58 PM   #706
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i tot 35+21 is a on-road engine? rather than a buggy engine...
Yes, its on road engine...... but I would like to use for off road as well ( I'm thinking to reduce the EPA to 90% full throthle in my buggy ).
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Old 10-13-2006, 04:26 AM   #707
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Yes, its on road engine...... but I would like to use for off road as well ( I'm thinking to reduce the EPA to 90% full throthle in my buggy ).
Thats hardly a logical thing to do. $550 USD+ for the best onroad engine in the world to be used with the throttle EPA set to 90% in the dirt???
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Old 10-13-2006, 07:35 AM   #708
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Yes, its on road engine...... but I would like to use for off road as well ( I'm thinking to reduce the EPA to 90% full throthle in my buggy ).
Doesn't make any sense why u spend 35Plus21 while u can get 2 pcs of the Plus21 B5 with the same money
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Old 10-13-2006, 07:42 AM   #709
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i tot 35+21 is a on-road engine? rather than a buggy engine...
He use 35plus21 Onroad engine for his buggy and RB WS-7II Offroad engine for his MRX3.
Go figure LOL
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Old 10-13-2006, 09:34 AM   #710
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Thumbs up JP 35 PLUS 21 BUGGY

Never attempted a on/rd Engine in Buggy/Truggy. The Gear ratios would be different in a off/rd VS on/rd. I know the timing is slightly different between a jp-b5n mod and a jp-r03 mod. The 35 PLUS 21 IS A Fuel hog!Most .21 on/rd Engines that i have seen don't go far on 120cc. The .21 on/rd engines don't get as good of fuel economy as the .21 off/rd engines.
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Old 10-14-2006, 12:52 AM   #711
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Doesn't make any sense why u spend 35Plus21 while u can get 2 pcs of the Plus21 B5 with the same money
Don't you want me to buy another 35 Plus 21 ?
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Can I use OS plugs on my JP??
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Can I use OS plugs on my JP??
Can I us JP plugs on my OS?

I guess if someone answer your Question, They will answer my Question as well
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you can but it's not wise to do so because the OS and Novarossi Turbo plug tapper is slightly different. It wont have a tight seals and might even ruined the head button. That's what I been told.
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Can I use OS plugs on my JP??
The question is WHY?
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The golden word:

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now why would you wanna do that the OS taper is different and will not seal all the way, and Novarossi makes there plugs there way for a reason, would a 7.00 plug beworth a 300.00 engine
Just bust out and buy a nova plug, and i think they last longer than a os plug
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Don't you want me to buy another 35 Plus 21 ?
Telling someone to spend on the right thing is different with drying your wallet to empty.
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Telling someone to spend on the right thing is different with drying your wallet to empty.
Yes, I know .... you are kind of love poisons you make people don't sleep. So when am I going to received it ? December okay, January is okay too.
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