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Old 03-13-2005, 07:15 PM   #1
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Default intake and pulley or 150 wet kit?

Any suggestions? Both are same cost for me... I have a hotcam, Lt's, ORY, lid, catback.
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as long as your comfortable with it get a 150 shot.
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do you go to the track or do any kind of racing that you need alot more power? if not i say go with intake and pulley.
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I don't NEED it, noone ever NEEDS it . I just want to be able to keep up with R1's and Gixxers on the freeway.
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I don't NEED it, noone ever NEEDS it . I just want to be able to keep up with R1's and Gixxers on the freeway.
well it looks like you made your decision already. make sure you have the proper safety equipment for the 150 shot and have fun
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Don't spray your car for longs periods of time on the hi way. THings could go bad. As long as you have all the safety equipment you should be fine.
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safety equipment meaning adjustable fuel pressure regulator and purge + bottle heater? what else should i wait to get before putting it on? How "safe" would it be?
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