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Old 03-19-2009, 05:16 AM   #1
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What's the difference between the older and 2008 version?
Which pipe-venturi combination gives the most runtime?
What other plugs can be used (STD) apart from Novarossi-RB plugs?
Is the turbo head a huge improvement compared to the normal plug?
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What's the difference between the older and 2008 version?
Which pipe-venturi combination gives the most runtime?
What other plugs can be used (STD) apart from Novarossi-RB plugs?
Is the turbo head a huge improvement compared to the normal plug?
A customer of mine has completed alot of testing with turbo and standard plugs .

He tested the plugs with cars and boats using the same fuel and same nitro content in each .hot/med and cold plugs of each turbo and standard

His conclusion was that he found the standard plug to be more reliable and create more power over the turbo plug in the boats and cars .
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What's the difference between the older and 2008 version?
Which pipe-venturi combination gives the most runtime?
What other plugs can be used (STD) apart from Novarossi-RB plugs?
Is the turbo head a huge improvement compared to the normal plug?
367 likes .80mm worth of shimming and 28011 combustion chamber odo97t or 77t

one of the best exhaust systems i have seen being used with 367 is a sirio2013 pipeset and a rscomp or jp efra 2032 pipeset w/ medium round or long header .
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367 likes .80mm worth of shimming and 28011 combustion chamber odo97t or 77t

one of the best exhaust systems i have seen being used with 367 is a sirio2013 pipeset and a rscomp or jp efra 2032 pipeset w/ medium round or long header .
I'm not so fluent in the measurement language, how many and which shims are they?
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I'm not so fluent in the measurement language, how many and which shims are they?
two.30mm alu. shims and one .20mm or two .10mm copper , there are three different copper sizes
stock is .70mm except the 09 plus4's come with .80mm installed
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And what are the differences on the previous and 2008 model?
I don;t plan on changing to turbo head yet so which normal plugs from Novarossi, O'donnell work best?
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And what are the differences on the previous and 2008 model?
I don;t plan on changing to turbo head yet so which normal plugs from Novarossi, O'donnell work best?
sure , turbo works best !!! if using standard plug use odo 77 .

i will be trying novarossi plugs again this season to see if they are back up to snuff , i hope so as i would much rather recommend them .
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