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Old 03-30-2003, 04:48 PM   #1
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Arrow "WORKS" Fantom Pipe

I am interested in buying a WORKS Pipe from Fantom. They have a single stage and a 2 stage pipe. I was wondering what the difference is. Is one better than the other, i noticed the 2 stage was a couple bucks more.

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If I understand correctly the single chamber pipe gives you the potential for a stronger "hit" in your powerband while the dual chamber pipe gives you the smoother style if power for looser conditions on the track. Hope this helps.
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the 2 stage will have more rpm, single more torque while doing what oats77us said.
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