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    HOW LONG WILL MY 2.5 LAST

    I've got 8 plus gallons through my motor and it's still running pretty good but getting harder to start every time. Is it time to change my Piston and Sleave? And how much do they cost???

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    RE: HOW LONG WILL MY 2.5 LAST

    it all dependshow well you treat it and how it's tuned,if you have it tuned id say another 3-4 gallons
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    RE: HOW LONG WILL MY 2.5 LAST

    It still has plenty of power but it's getting harder to start so I thought it might be wearing out a little

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    RE: HOW LONG WILL MY 2.5 LAST

    mines doing the same thing with exactly 9 gallons through it. im looking into a fantom but i really dont want alot more power i just want a reliable engine with maybe 1.5 hp

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    RE: HOW LONG WILL MY 2.5 LAST

    spin the flywheel and see how much compression is left
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