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Old 03-01-2005, 07:00 PM   #1
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Default manifold rule of thumb

for .12 engines / 1/10th scale touring cars, is it better to use a larger manilfold diameter?
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Default Re: manifold rule of thumb

Originally posted by thefuzzclub
for .12 engines / 1/10th scale touring cars, is it better to use a larger manilfold diameter?
i have use both small and big manifold....and i like the large one esp. for small to medium track.

but some said for more bottom end the larger manifold is more suit...the smaller manifold is for large track/more top end...
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