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    If your not doing something, its hard to screw up. stlouisramsfan's Avatar
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    Stinger 3

    Just picked one up used for a reasonable price... Basically i want to have a little easier access to see the carbs... what is the good and bad on this system...

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    Light weight, good carb access, good hole shot
    Replace the adjustable valve with a jetworks valve (3500rpm), remove the temp sensor just infront of the water box and install a barbed fitting for a second jetworks valve (6000-6500RPM)

    Most everyone will tell you that you well get a few more RPM's and comperable hole shot from a d-plate.
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