with the popularity of 4 stroke engines growing and all the laws changing around the world i think a forum for 4 stroke engines would be apropriate. up to you all of course
thats why i was suggesting to start one now augi. i also have a forum and moving stuff is a pain and time consuming. vbulleten is not very user friendly sometimes. that is why i suggested to start one now and it will save a heck lot of work in the future. you all do an awesome job and love being part of the forum and want to contribute all i can'spaul: with the rise in usefulness/versatility of the 2- and 4-stroke utility engines, i imagine that someday there will be a section for specific engines only. however, we've just barely caught our breath since the last restructuring...and, there isn't enough content about different engines, yet, to justify a move like that. the main reason you're having a hard time finding new 4-stroke info is because noone had any at all until about 3 or 4 months ago...we're learning with you on this stuff.
so, for now...we'll stick with using the area that covers the entire kit the engine came with (frame/rack/whatever) and at least the same engines will kind of automatically group themselves. note: that already occurs inside rack-mount because of the broad use of universal utility engines.
thanks for the input, it's a logical future move
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Excellent compromise.i'm suggesting this: if it's a whopper-stopper/honda or clone/in-frame kit you're talking about, start a topic in frame-mount and use "GHX50:" or whatever to head up the subject line. if it's the same engine on a rack, go into rack-mount but use the same "GHX50:"...use the headers right & before you know it the engine has searchable info