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Old 08-26-2009, 09:04 PM   #1
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Default Which carb restrictor would you recommend for my 8t 2.0 OS .21 vzb for technical trak

Should I run a 8 or 9mm carb restrictor on my 8t 2.0 with OS vzb .21 engine on a medium-small technical track?
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I'd say its pretty much trial and error...start with the smallest one run a few laps then switch to the next size up and so on..
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If the track is small and does not require any serious power output I would go with the smallest I could get away with and try to achieve maximum fuel economy.
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