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    Difference in both Fizzle ICs?

    Is there a reason apart from budget alone that one would pick the standard over the H.E. version of Fizzle's IC?


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    nope

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    My xs seems to work very well in humid ohio . Nice product

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    here is a link to a thread were guys have ran both and give their findings...

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=204624

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    With a stock X-SC the XS works just fine. HE is of course a better cooler. All up to you and what your plans are for the ski.

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    buy the HE .. spend the little extra it will be better in the long run... mine works real well

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenbullet View Post
    buy the HE .. spend the little extra it will be better in the long run... mine works real well
    +1 zero issues with mine all year. Will now be getting IAT numbers next time i'm out and will post. Finally got a gauge installed. Been lazy lately!!!

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    My candoo says my AIT is 107 degrees in 90 degree air temps. I never checked before I switch from stock...Maybe somebody else will chime in. All this with my mods below...at 8600 rpm

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    89 degree IATs with 87 degree water and 89 degree air @ 8500 & 10.5psi(as far as I can tell from glimpsing over) through a X-SC and Garrett 500 IC. 107 isn't bad for that ET wheel in those conditions.


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    Regardless of your level of mods you will get more RPM and more throttle response with the H.E. versus the XS type. So it mainly comes down to budget and how much you're trying to squeeze out of your ski.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrari Steve View Post
    Is there a reason apart from budget alone that one would pick the standard over the H.E. version of Fizzle's IC?

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