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    Airplane glow engines have a relatively easy time of it compared to marine engines.
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    Marine engines are mfg. to produce more torque and h.p. and it shows.
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    In the above specimens that I have collected from my own personal use of these engines, you can see the general mayhem a marine engine has to endure.
    Two examples of crank pins breaking off, a broken conn. rod and a case that vibrated in two.
    Last edited by greenman407; 01-26-2012, 01:24 PM.
    IT TAKES GREAT INTELLIGENCE TO FAKE SUCH STUPIDITY!
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