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RGVelite
02-20-2002, 04:20 AM
YOU RECENTLY GAVE ME SOME ADVICE ON CONVERTERS.
MY QUESTION TO YOU IS THE FOLLOWING. IM GOING TO INSTALL AN MTI B1 CAM. KEEP IN CONSIDERATION IM SPRAYING 125-150 NW WHEN NECESSARY.FRIENDS ARE RECOMENDING ST3500 THEY SAY IT WORKS VERY GOOD ON MOTOR. OTHERS ARE SAYING PRO YANK3400EXTREME BECAUSE OF THE SPRAY SOMETHING ABOUT A LOCK-UP.GIVE ME YOUR BEST ADVICE. THANK YOU SO MUCH

02 TA COLLECTOR EDITION
MAF PORTED ENDS-KN FIPK-PORTED THROTTLE BODY-OFF ROAD PIPES/ SLP LONG TUBES. 12.96/107.4 MOTOR <img src="images/icons/confused.gif" border="0">

Holes02
02-20-2002, 07:36 AM
I think the Yank 3600 "Extreme" would work well.
Built for nitrous use, but it's slightly bigger then the 3400 which should compliment the "B1" cam as well.

Colonel
02-20-2002, 08:34 AM
For no more nitrous than that I might go with the ST3800. Or if larger shots are anticipated on down the road I would go with the PY3600E.

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Patrick G
02-20-2002, 08:56 AM
Personally, I like the ST3500 best for sprayin' and playin'. It's good for up to a 150 shot witho no problems and is fantastic N/A. If you're crazy and want to run something like a 175 shot or bigger, a larger diameter converter like a Pro Yank 3600 Extreme will have more holding capacity under the juice.

Under a 150 shot, you'll go faster with a ST3500. 100 shot or under, the ST3800 would be even better (just like the Colonel said) <img src="gr_images/icons/wink.gif" border="0">

Colonel
02-20-2002, 10:18 AM
Yeah, say for a 125-150 shot, if N2O performance was my main goal I would lean more towards the ST3500 like Patrick said, but go with the ST3800 if NA is more important and if you don't mind a little looser converter. <img src="graemlins/burnout.gif" border="0" alt="[Burnout]" />