White Bros. E series pro meg shorty
Posted August 03, 2001 - 01:17 PM
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Posted August 08, 2001 - 04:22 AM
my 2000 has a fmf power core, 7 or 8 discs, it has good power and sounds great, db are ok. on my old 98 (my friends) I tried the stock - minus the baffle, the e-series s-bend 7 discs w/out core, or with the quiet core and about 10-12 discs. ( the power is about the same, and it is slightly quieter. If you use the core with lots of discs (10-14 or so,) it will have as much power as about 8-9 discs, a little restriction in midrange, but it is quieter. Then I also have the pro-meg al. shorty. closed course only! It came with the (just barely) used 2000, he never used it..too loud, I put it on once. The little power increase was not enough of a trade off for the noise. I like the s- bend WB pipe as much as the FMF. i could use any of them, but it is not worth the time to switch. I just add discs to add power.. WB or FMF . I think they are the same. hope this helps a little.
does anybody use the FMF power bomb? I might try one. dent in the front of my hi flo header, oh well. time for a new one, or a new 426!!
[This message has been edited by crazyadam (edited 08-08-2001).]
Posted August 08, 2001 - 07:57 PM
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Posted August 15, 2001 - 09:54 PM
I bought Adam's promeg shorty. We'll have to exchange notes on disks/jetting. Should have it on in a week or so.
What setup are you running (timing, jetting, header, etc)?
Where did you feel the power increase?