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For its PRI preview and NMRA Bradenton race debut, the car featured a Three-Valve engine, but midway through the Bradenton race, Tim decided that combination wasn't quite ready for prime time so he swapped to his customary Two-Valve combination. Tim didn't think the car could be competitive with the Three-Valve under the current Real Street rules. He hadn't been able to wring everything out of the Three-Valve combination so he decided to shelve it until he could do more testing. In the racing world, the competition doesn't wait for you to sort out a new combination.