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Old 11-23-2008, 07:34 PM   #1
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I want a NR plus 21-7fms and have done some reading on the pipes. I get that I need a 9901 NR pipe but was wondering what manifod to get. I hear things like a smooth flow, a dyn manifold but I am unsure which one to choose thanks?
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I want a NR plus 21-7fms and have done some reading on the pipes. I get that I need a 9901 NR pipe but was wondering what manifod to get. I hear things like a smooth flow, a dyn manifold but I am unsure which one to choose thanks?
9901 with long header, jp3 and 9853 are good as well, the 9901 is the replacement for the 9853.
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