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Old 04-17-2004, 10:08 AM   #16
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it is actually very easy to use, even by hand. i have used both methods being here in cincinnati, and this tool is great for a quick fix at the track if needed. OSRockets procedure is a little more advanced, but can not be done at the track. i dont know how many guys have been able to continue racing because of having this tool at the track, and continue racing for many more weeks and months.
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Why do you need to pinch your sleeve at the track!!!???!!!

You normally have plenty of warning that your engine is on it way out....not like 1 tank mega compression and the next hissing air!!??
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Why do you need to pinch your sleeve at the track!!!???!!!

You normally have plenty of warning that your engine is on it way out....not like 1 tank mega compression and the next hissing air!!??
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