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    68 140 vs the 137+4

    Have any of you done back to back testing of these wheels, some people have said there is zero gain, others have said it's a hang the f**** on improvement. I'm curios what your experiences were.


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    Art should have a good recommendation. Have you asked him?

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    His seems a bit out there, he told me it's a decent amount in the mid range and about 2 mph up top or so.

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    I loved my 68-140 LE on my GPRxp. Its was fricking awesome. I mean amazing.

    Never used a 137+4, but it is installed and waiting for the ski...

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    To be honost with you they both put out abou the same amount of boost.....IF this were me i would go with the 137+4...Smaller diameter wheel,tad bit lighter,easier on the clutches..

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    The 137 was the best mod I did so far, badass little wheel for sure.

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    Well shit lol in the crazy heat my 137 is stuggling to hit 14 psi I have only seen 14.5 at best so far

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    Mine at Mud Bug hit 15.5p.s.i. at 8650RPM and 89+MPH on my conversion with dynotune gauge in. It was unreal.
    I also had many 2rudes and the 68-140 was the better of the two. I loved it and would not hesistate to suggust it...

    BUT it is so dam easy to just drop a 137+4 in your same ole houseing and alot cheaper.

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    I see you already have a 137+4 well if your looking for a tad more than YES the 68-140 is better and you will see an increase I 100% gaurantee it.

    OH I beolieve Chris SLow91 has run then all. Maybe he will chime in.

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    I'm spinning this little 137 to 9k, Florida heat and humidity is brutal lol

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