<font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial">Yes you are missing something...for a shorty hi-flow and exhaust your talking $900+ why pay that much when you can have more gains for less $$$Originally posted by MichaelXi:
If the Race-header and flex only netted 5Hp at the wheels, that tells me that a "Shorty" + Hi-Flow + Flex combo can't be much different, but it's almost certainly quieter and cleaner...
Heck, if the High-Flow combo were only good for THREE HP, it'd only be off by two from the race-header....
Am I missing something???
<font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial">tuning..yup only things that changed.....Originally posted by MichaelXi:
Now THAT'S the kind of gain I was expecting over STOCK!!!???? (Not the difference between the two!!!)
Why this extreme disparity between those #'s and ZX3Ford's results?????
Are you sure that was the ONLY mod-change between those two dyno runs??? Weather???? Machine Calibration???
<font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial">On your First point, I THINK I agree, but Travis' assertion SEEMS to contradict that...Originally posted by mr.squatch:
The way I see it, in stock to slightly modded form, they are both about the same. But when highly modified, the longer race tubes really come to life. If I had a friend who was only wanting to pep up his ride, I'd tell him to go with the shorty's and build it as he goes, but anyone who wants to make as much powa as possible should get what's best, whether it's 2hp better or 20. Just my $0.07