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    ET 140R Wheel

    Anyone out there running this? I noticed they were on sale.


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    Engine Tech ET wheels ROCK SOCKS .................PERIOD!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ocman View Post
    Anyone out there running this? I noticed they were on sale.
    Just bought the 140B.... Art was a great guy to talk with. We talked for almost an hour about all kinds of different things.... not like that will make the wheel perform better but anyways...

    It was a no brainer for me, since they were on sale. You add the height to blade profile and it's bound to get you gains over your current shorter blade.

    It's supposed to perform like the ET 68/140 which from all the reading I did is slightly a better performer than the Rude 2.

    For the price of $379.00 how can you go wrong?

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    Yep, I called him earlier and talked to him as well. Im just not sure if I should Go Riva ECU first.

    I already have the retainers and 50's. I just need to install the retainers (Waiting on IBADTON) and look for a Riva ECU.

    To be fair I think the 68/140 is more than just a blade though since the outlet is redesigned and slightly larger correct?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ocman View Post
    Yep, I called him earlier and talked to him as well. Im just not sure if I should Go Riva ECU first.

    I already have the retainers and 50's. I just need to install the retainers (Waiting on IBADTON) and look for a Riva ECU.

    To be fair I think the 68/140 is more than just a blade though since the outlet is redesigned and slightly larger correct?
    Yes the outlet is a 68mm where as my B-kit is a 67mm. Not sure on about a RUDE 1 opening. Art said to tell anyone setting up an ECU that I have the 68/140 because they are that close in performance.

    I weighed my wheels last night and the ET is a little heavier over the B-kit, but from what I've read it should be lighter than the RUDE 1 wheel.

    Why not a Les Cooke remap w/ 60s?

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    Re: ET 140R Wheel

    How long did it take you to send and get it back and do those retain knock control? Price?

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    Yes they retain knock control.

    It's normally about a 1 1/2 weeks total ship if you don't do the minimum shipping and let them know you're in a hurry to get it back.

    The first time my ECU was reprogrammed the cost was 890 AUD, but I was buying other things as well so I'm not sure if that had any effect on the price.

    With a 60 lb map you can get a BEGI or Rude F/C and tune from there no matter what charger you're using...

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    Been using the ET 140R drop in for over a year. Awesome. Don't hesitate.Great price on it too.

    Doug

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    link to et site??
    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by boBO View Post
    link to et site??
    thanks


    http://www.engine-techcom/shop/articles.php?tPath=8

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