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Old 06-04-2006, 10:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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12v vs 24v-Pros and Cons of each

Sup guys. just wondering the differences between the 24v and 12v motors. I kno the mechanical differences, but what are the pros and cons of these engines? Which can make more power? rev more? which is cheaper to mod? which is a better daily driver? which makes more smoke? which ones have had more problems? which ones are easier/cheaper to repair? etc...
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Well a 12v takes the cake on Power, RPM's, Cheaper to mod, smoke, and IMHO daily driver. More problems is definatly the 24v. Easier and cheaper to repair, definatly the 12v.

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