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Old 25 April 2015, 08:45   #1
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Just fitted a newer engine and unsure if it's a bit low? Should I go up one hole?
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Yep one hole at least
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Old 25 April 2015, 11:37   #5
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Ok thanks for the advice ! it's a 4.8 RC .
I think if I go 2 til mean new holes.
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