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Old 01-09-2004, 04:07 PM   #16
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As it was explained to me........and I claim to be no expert but exhaust as it leaves the cylinder is pulsed. The longer line smooths out the pulses and feeds fuel to the carb more smoothly. Something like that. 8 to 11 is good

Kevin
Thats was kind of my thinking too....with the longer length it's sort of like a pressure pulse regulator plus it should help eliminate drastic pressure changes in the tank during throttle transitions.
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