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Old 11-24-2014, 08:01 PM   #17181
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I believe
Da 150L 7.26 lbs
MVVS 116 6.83 lbs
3W 110 cs 6.72 lbs
GP 123 5.15 lbs

similar power. Another way of looking at it I guess LOL
Is this the actual weights or what the manufactures have published? I would really be interested in the performance between a 150 and 116. My 58 has performed flawless and appears to be build to last a life time.
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Old 11-24-2014, 08:04 PM   #17182
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Re: The never ending engine thread, East-West

Da 150L 7.26 lbs
MVVS 116 6.61 lbs according to kole's scale. we will have to confirm
3W 110 cs 6.72 lbs
GP 123 5.15 lbs

similar power. Another way of looking at it I guess
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Old 11-24-2014, 08:10 PM   #17183
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I have those too lol I mean for masen
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Old 11-24-2014, 08:21 PM   #17184
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How do you do that without 6 stinking characters?
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How do you do that without 6 stinking characters?
Very carefully
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Only because I needed 6 stinking characters.
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Thought I just felt a very mild tremor. Possibly originating in the foothills north west of here.
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Thought I just felt a very mild tremor. Possibly originating in the foothills north west of here.
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Re: The never ending engine thread, East-West

I'm curious as to what it will do with the hype pipes as I have those in my EF 110 Yak
and that is probably where it will end up. When my gp123 issues are sorted out (and I have no doubt they will be) it will be installed in my 104 slick with proflow cans.

my main reason for the 116 is the use and abuse that was given to my 58 prosport and a regular 58 that I owned . Both very reliable and above average power especialy 10 yrs ago when compared to the other engines available at that time.

short version I owned mvvs previously they ran great were reliable and I liked them so I opted for another

the old ford dodge chev question again whatever works for you
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