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Old 07-17-2007, 07:25 AM   #1
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Default Mamba Max in a B4, what motor is good match

I am looking to put a Mamba Max unit in a B4, right now leaning towards a 5700 unit.

Anyone got opinion on this or recommendations?

Also, what way are you guys mounting your mambas so you can still access the dataport?
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the 4600 or the 5700 are ok, you have to trim the tub unless you use velcro.
You can also take the guts out and trim the case so it will fit under the body easier.
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