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    ET 127 charger & 42's

    Selling off my newly rebuilt ET127 complete charger & 42lb injectors. This charger has exactly 2.5hrs on a Slow91 rebuild and can be proven that ski left his shop with 185hrs and currently shows 187. Slip currently sits at 11.8-12.0ft-lbs. The wheel itself has 30hrs from last seasons upgrade of stock wheel. I've now upgraded to the 137, reflashed ecu and 80lb injectors so this one is going. $900 shipped-lower 48.
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    Is the setup the same as an x- charger setup? ??

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    ET127 yields pretty close to the same boost as an x charger but in a 215 housing. The 42's imo are a must over the stock 38's for this wheel.

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    So this would still be a good upgrade over t h e stock 215?

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    yup...ran that last season and nice upgrade but I also ran a Fizzle 4" intake to feed it...that stock intake gonna restrict it from it's full potential. The mod bus don't stop there.

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    This charger is a great upgrade for a 215 charger. Hits harder than an X. Perfect combo and very reliable

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    Straight from the man that rebuilt that beast so he can confirm the time on it.

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    How much for the injectors?

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