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Old 06-28-2010, 05:46 AM   #46
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Can someone confirm better airflow between the different INS boxes? I'm running the Xceed right now but wondering if something is better.
I ran both and the Xceed box and the Novarossi box also did not find any difference in the two boxes only that one was lower then the other. wave
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I feel I get better airflow with the Novarossi box because it is taller. Thats what I feel anyway!!!!!!!!
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Old 06-28-2010, 06:11 AM   #48
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I feel I get better airflow with the Novarossi box because it is taller. Thats what I feel anyway!!!!!!!!
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I know the original Serpent box is very restrictive. It acts like an 8mm venturi while the Nova and RB boxes act like an 8.5. Haven't tried the Xceed one yet.
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I have always runned the Picco box which is also the old RB box and must say it did not give much problems, compared with the old Serpent box you could notice the engine was running better. I think the larger holes inside the Picco box does give a better running engine.

I know a lot of people are very satisfied with the new exeed/Serpent boxes bot I have no experience with them.
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I know the original Serpent box is very restrictive. It acts like an 8mm venturi while the Nova and RB boxes act like an 8.5. Haven't tried the Xceed one yet.
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I have always runned the Picco box which is also the old RB box and must say it did not give much problems, compared with the old Serpent box you could notice the engine was running better. I think the larger holes inside the Picco box does give a better running engine.

I know a lot of people are very satisfied with the new exeed/Serpent boxes bot I have no experience with them.
I do have the Xceed box I think it is way to low for a hi speed car to get the wright air flow I need. But I do have one on my MTX4R and it runs pretty good.
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Old 07-28-2010, 01:48 AM   #52
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As I understand Xceed's box is the best choice.
Team C make INS Box with the same size as Xceed but cost twice more cheaply.
Maybe it worth to buy?
http://www.teamcracing.net/index_pro...=&imgid=544941
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