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    ET vs Reflash

    Hi my name is Chris and I'm a speed addict. There...I said it...feels good! What do you think would give me more top speed with my mods. An ET137 x 4mm upgrade or an 8650 50lb reflash? Can't do both now, just not sure which way to go first...


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    The Scer upgrade will be cheaper BUT you will get more out of the reflash..Only thing with the reflash you will need to upgrade the valve train and you will also need to have your prop re-worked/pitched to be able to spin them higher RPMs..

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    Upgrade the sc and enjoy more acceleration (and the whistle ) until the speed bugs bites again!
    Next step: Install lighter valves & retainers, repitch, and reflash!

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    Im thinking cheap way for now also. J.ust was curious. Thanks

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