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Old 04-13-2008, 07:41 AM
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I AM CURRENTLY BUILDING A NEW BIG BLOCK REVO. IT HAS AN RB WS7 II. LIKE TO SEE SOME PICS OF SIDE EXHAUST SET-UPS ON REVOS.
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Old 04-13-2008, 07:59 AM
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i dont have any good pics but i used a 2050 header and what ever pipe. i made a custom pipe hanger and mounted it by the throttle servo using one of the existing screws. you need to make it tall so that your rear suspension arm does not hit it durring full compression. then cut the heck out of your body to make it fit dont know if that helps or not.
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this might help
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Originally Posted by sp2thielen
i dont have any good pics but i used a 2050 header and what ever pipe. i made a custom pipe hanger and mounted it by the throttle servo using one of the existing screws. you need to make it tall so that your rear suspension arm does not hit it durring full compression. then cut the heck out of your body to make it fit dont know if that helps or not.
what is a 2050?
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its an O.S. pipe and header. i found that certain headers worked better than others because of the bend in the pipe. this one cleared the throttle linkage the best and provided the power i needed. there are others out there that will work but you should try borrow a header or use one you have to see if it clears. i was using a axial 28. got tired of tearing up slipper clutches. in order to keep power to the ground and not wheelie or flip i had to loosen the slipper clutch a lot. it would last for a race day usually.
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