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Old 12-14-2012, 01:56 PM
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Personally I'd keep the 80 unless your just not happy with it. The 100 gains more power maybe a little more MPG but both are dismal modified. Personally I don't think the comfort level is night and day between the two if they are built similarly.

The difference between wheeling the 80 for a week long trip and your 40 will indeed be night and day. That said I still miss my 40 and need to rebuild it someday.
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