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Old 02-15-2010, 01:29 PM   #1
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hey there all. I am running an ofna force .28 and was wondering what limitations i have for exhaust. Any suggestions?

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I have an OS .28 Max XZ I use a jammin JP3 in my 8ight Truggy. Seems to calm it down a little and more low end grunt . Im going back to my .21 Nova p5 for the fact that the .28 is just to much of a beast to control consistantly.
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