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Old 06-15-2008, 11:07 AM   #1
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Default 35plus 21 lc vs. cordoba vs tuned vs 359?

Just wondering what the differences are between them.I see the 35 plus lc still has a orange head but is about 50 bucks cheaper than the cordoba.Thanks
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also what pipe is best suited for 301 raceway?Thanks
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also what pipe is best suited for 301 raceway?Thanks
I would use a 2052 pipe with long header or 2015 pipe
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