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Old 10-08-2009, 10:13 AM   #46
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if it had oil in it when he left, i'd think there would have been evidence of oil on the crank when he got it home.

of course you can't pin the throttle for minutes at a time, but noone said he did. you said he was reaming, which is what they're made for.

you don't care about your reputation?? good luck making money on here ever again
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Old 10-08-2009, 01:39 PM   #47
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I would at least give the man back a little money to help out with the fix. Giving that he didnt get very far and the oil problem. Just my two cents
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So which is better?
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This completely depends on the riderís preference. Two-stroke engines are typically noisier and produce more exhaust fumes, but also produce more power compared to their weight than four-stroke engines, making them popular for racing. Four-stroke engines, whilst heavier and producing less power per weight unit, are typically described to run smoother, emit less exhaust fumes and generally last longer.
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