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  • steed2

Posted January 18, 2007 - 04:54 PM

#1

can someone tell me what they would recommend running ...stage 1 or 2 ?
and what are the pluses and minuses ...i want the most power but the engine is stock uncocked with exhaust ...maybe the stock enguine works better with the stage 1
???? and help

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  • TriFire

Posted January 18, 2007 - 05:26 PM

#2

can someone tell me what they would recommend running ...stage 1 or 2 ?
and what are the pluses and minuses ...i want the most power but the engine is stock uncocked with exhaust ...maybe the stock enguine works better with the stage 1
???? and help


The stage 2 cam will give you alot more top end, with the stock cam the power seems to drop alot about 2000revs before redline. Its not worth just puting just a cam in alone, you would need a higher compression piston and more free flowing exhaust. The stock exhaust is only good for grunting along in low rpm's.

  • steed2

Posted January 19, 2007 - 05:25 AM

#3

so basically i should run a stage 1
the exhaust is stock except for and fmf powercore 4





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