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Old 01-15-2009, 07:58 PM   #46
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so it will still be ok to use , or should i specifically get the 28011?. from what your saying it sounds like there is no real difference between the 28011 and 28022.
the difference is the ring machined in for the oring
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hmmm nice but member longer the header and pipe combo the more bottom end to a point
TO A POINT remember that
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What kind of run time will I get out of this engine putting a 6.5 restrictor on? I have to pipes to choose from (9853 & 9901) and both long and short smooth flow headers. Thanks in advance.
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Old 01-16-2009, 05:48 AM   #49
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the difference is the ring machined in for the oring

but dont u need the o-ring machined head
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but dont u need the o-ring machined head
Its part of the original Plus 2 design to have the o-ring, but some will run the turbo head without o-ring groove (its cheaper). Just to add, in general, the turbo head is suppsed to be more top end power and less fuel economy.
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ohook so that particular head buttin does away with the o-ring will it seal as good without the 0-ring
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ohook so that particular head buttin does away with the o-ring will it seal as good without the 0-ring
it has nothing to do with any seal , it is supposed to be for lessening vibration which is supposed to ????.............. you will be happy
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it has nothing to do with any seal , it is supposed to be for lessening vibration which is supposed to ????.............. you will be happy
Not sure about the vibrations in the combustion chamber with the o-ring....., but it does keep dirt out from packing in around the head seal area, LOL!
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