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Old 01-04-2006, 08:14 PM   #1
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Default SOHC or DOHC tranny???

okay, so i have the option of keeping the stock mp3 tranny, or i could go with the SOHC mp2, which will make me be able to have some really long gear speeds, like 70 in i dont really know what i should go for?

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Default Re: SOHC or DOHC tranny???

It's really up to you. You'll get better off the line speed with the MP3. With the MP2 you'll be able to take more time upshifting, but you'll be downshifting a lot more going up hills etc.
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