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Old 05-12-2005, 05:09 PM   #1
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Default 2PK2 Arm in Monster Stock Can??

When the comm in my Monster Stock gets too small would there be any problem with putting a 2PK2 arm in there? It was in a 2PK2 untill the stupid magnet came loose. I figure the Monster and 2PK cans are the same but I just want to make sure. Thanks for the help.
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A P2K2 arm should fit/work in a Monster Stock can, but I'm not sure it would be race legal.
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By race legal, he means for ROAR. If you are just planning on running it for club racing, and they don't care, go for it.
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I just got bumped into Intermediate at SoCal Raceway so I doubt it would matter. Just looking to save a few bucks.
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I figure the Monster and 2PK cans are the same but I just want to make sure. Thanks for the help.
The Monster and P2K cans have the same dimensions, but the vent holes are different.

Slim can tech your car at any time he feels like it; usually right after a race win. The arms are a lot different and can be seen through the vent holes.

In the spirit of good sportsmanship, one should run a completely ROAR-legal motor.

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Monster arms are 11.99 @ Tower.
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Old 05-13-2005, 07:23 AM   #7
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is there any performance gains in diong such things as this?
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If it was, Trinity would have done it ages ago....
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Yeah, really, the day i know more about building motors than Trinity, is the day i go into the motor building buisiness! but most arms are interchangeable although i have yet to see a performance gain that would be worthwhile! you either get all high RPM or all torque, i genereally use them for practice or just bashing.

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