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Re: Ur-Q ... buyer's market or seller's market?
ah, yes. mongrel indeed. i suppose that's what i have
done, to some extent, with my urq, but in the end i get
reliability and fixability that the wx crap cannot offer.
i actually considered a 20vt conversion (the rr, right?)
but when i had the funds, the mc was already in process.
i am quite pleased with it now, though!
On Wed, 22 Sep 1999 OorQue@aol.com wrote:
]> i diddn't see anyone mention an rr car. whatever, dude.
]I was responding to Dave Eaton's comment about not considering a WR-code Ur-Q
]anything special. If you check his sig., you'll see that in addition to an
]RS2 he also has an RR-code Ur-Q (20 valve) and this is no doubt the basis for
]>From his perspective, I can understand his sentiments but here in the US,
]only a very few people have found a way to put an RR-code Ur-Q in their
]garage so those of us who want to own one have to make do with what we can
]find. You can drop another engine into your WC-code Ur-Q but unless you take
]the Steve Eiche approach of creating an *exact* duplicate of an RR Ur-Q using
]a U.S. car as the starting point (and at horrendous expense, I'm sure) all
]you've done is to create a mongrel. Fun to drive, sure, but not necessarily
]the best idea from a collectible point of view...
two strokes are faster than four!
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'83 ur-q - yamaha rz350 - suzuki ts250 - chaotic good