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So, it was an Apogee that was tested and not the Fuzion..? my bad.. I cant believe Martinm hasnt already done that comparison..as many blocks as he has, he probably has the test data sitting under his hat right now.
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Originally Posted by CL3P20 View Post
So, it was an Apogee that was tested and not the Fuzion..? my bad.. I cant believe Martinm hasnt already done that comparison..as many blocks as he has, he probably has the test data sitting under his hat right now.
I know which one you were thinking about, it was when Dryadsoul did a 3 way block shoot-out the Christmas before last...Remember he gave away his Apogee and V-6 to who ever could guess the temp's the closet and answer all the questions about the 1966 "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer"......That was a lot of fun......He used a Apogee and V-6 and V-8...The V-6 beat the Apogee by a couple of C, thats about what it did for me to when I went from Apogee to V-6, I think the V-8 beat the Apogee by 3C or something like that....


The all metal Stingers have to be one of the most moddable blocks still made...I love them...
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