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Old 07-26-2005, 01:21 AM   #1
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Bought GX-15 engine with short crankshaft! Please help!

Hey people.

Just bought a GX-15 nitro engine for my pureten on-road car. Trouble is.....it has a very short crankshaft. Can anyone tell me if I can use the crankshaft out of my GX-12 engine because it is longer & will take the cluch assembly.

I am presuming that the crankshaft will do the same job, or is it a case that it won't match the engine size?


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