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Old 12-02-2010, 05:14 PM   #16
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Hmm, sounds great! Too bad it isnt quite the same, but your saying I could use the case with the bearings inside and it would basically be the same as the Evo3? Sounds good!
The only difference between the evo3, and the evo3 "tuned" is a shim under the sleave that changes the timing profile.

Other than that they are the same engine. The part number I put in a previous post is the older motor, its the same as the evo3 except the crank which has the putty, and scoops for alittle extra power. All the rest is compatable with the evo3. So cheap re-build!

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