We have run a '83 N-6 for two years now with no problems except a broken rear spindle.. Going to hyperize it this season with modified P3 processor and modified helicals.They have lots of potential to increase capacity with a few modifications. The early N-6s had problems which gave them a bad name, mainly the high reving engine which usually blew up at about 1000 hrs. Once they slowed down the rpm's the engines seem to be quite durable. No problem with cooling. I agree that parts are pricey but that seems normal for all equipment nowadays...
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