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Old 04-27-2010, 12:52 PM   #61
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That's what I bought. P5xlt with 9853 pipe.
I've been racing for 20 years and the P5 is just perfect with the 9853 pipe. I like the short round header because the 9853 is a mid range pipe and the short header gives it plenty of top end and keeps the torque perfect too, it balances it out. Break it in real slow, and be patient it takes 20 tanks to hit the track and even then it takes a couple races to free up to be just right. After that it likes to be a little fat on the top but a bit lean on the bottom. If you lean the bottom end before break in it will keep it running nicely. Lower the idle too. you should get 6-10 gallons from this engine... Enjoy....
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