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Old 06-01-2010, 11:17 AM   #1
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hi, there

i got a 2660 pipe with 41616 mainfold

question about the 41616 mainfold, is it good for high end or bottom end by design?

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its gives alot more top end theny any other nova pipe, ill be upgrading to it soon
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its gives alot more top end theny any other nova pipe, ill be upgrading to it soon


thank you ,do u mean by 2660 or 41616 manifold

my question is about 41616 manifold
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i meant the 2660 but the 41616 is a medium manifold so it will gave you good power, if you went with the shorter manifold you would get more RPMs but less torque, if you went with the long maifold you would get more torque but less RPMs , so the medium one is in between good RPMs and torque hope this helps
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