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Old 01-08-2009, 03:06 PM
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Default Re: $200 kit vs. $600 kit - three times better?

it depends on what you want.

Are you mechanically inclined? Do you like to tinker? Are you ok with mixing 2-stroke oil into your gas before filling up? Do you want a cool mc-looking motor?

If yes to all those, save your money and get a 2-stroke. If no, get a 4-stroke.

Don't be fooled though, the 4-stroke still requires maintenance, just not as much.

If regular maintenance and tuning is done on the 2-strokes, they can last quite some time.

And you can always make the 2 stroke motor quieter. And the 2-stroke will likely have more power.
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