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    Smile using 66E cylinders on a 66V motor

    Is there any power gain or does swapping the v cylinders with the E cause loss of power due to port timing ,cdi,PV.actuator settings etc.or is it a simple quick way to add a few horses,by adding a d-ring,and swapping cylinders??does the pipe cause problems with port tuning and the cylinder back pressure pulse that helps load cylinders?thanks in advance>Marvin


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    the 66E timing is different and it doesn't work well on a 3 cylinder single pipe motor (works well with triples though)

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    Thanks very much>Marvin

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