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Old 06-06-2006, 04:28 PM   #41
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Results will be posted in 'seat of the pants dyno' numbers. Again, this may or may not be noticable, but whether it'* felt or not, there will be a performance improvement. Worth it for me, as I do my own machining. Whether it would be worth it to pay a machinist to do the work for limited gains has yet to be determined by the two test cars.
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