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Old 08-21-2008, 07:40 PM   #16
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Hands down the MUGEN box flows the most air has the least effect on torque curve and a minimal effect on fuel consumption. The J.P. RACING/serpent box seams to be the most restrictive, highest increase in fuel economy, and the best at smoothing the savage beast you have bolted in your chassis. The BLUE NOVA ROSSI is in between the two.
I have no experience with the R.B. box, so no comment.
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Not with the intention of doubt or flame. But is there like a data to shown all that? Just wanted to be sure.
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