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    Lowell vs.TJ porting ??

    Any comment guys? Same difference no/ yes either one, what?


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    Another option is Group K.

    I'm sure there are others also.

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    Rafi what the hell are you doing go back to the garage and get to work I told you hurry up I want to here some numbers JEEEEZ As far as porting your gonna here a very mix review on this. I have harry's group k should be at 80 very soon hits very well. And my triplepipe is all lowell porting which is incredible can not say enough about the man answers every question work is remarkable very nice guy can't go wrong there. Now I also here TJ's work is very good as well others will have to chime in here since I don't have his porting his name well, speaks for it's self

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    I have Lowell's porting in both of my ski's and am very happy with it, but at the same time Leo and GPGA have Tim Judge's porting on their ski's, GPGA is hitting 79.3 MPH without the latest mod of the package and Leo is hitting 78.8 without 2 mods that should put him out there with GPGA, Both of them have 03 EFI GPR's.

    WHAT DO YOU WANT TO HEAR!!!!

    One thing I tell you, if you want "Speed and Handling" you need the "Fercho-Kerry' package". That is one thing that all three of us have in common!!!

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    Oh yea I will have the package done just wondering if the two port jobs were variable?

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    I have lowells and am very satisfied. If you expect 100% customer support and excellent work, Lowell is the man. I cant comment on the other porters out there due to not haven seen their work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GPRPITMAN
    Rafi what the hell are you doing go back to the garage and get to work I told you hurry up I want to here some numbers JEEEEZ
    Hey Forrest, still waiting on some parts to arrive before I can start.

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    You could also call up lilian beaumer if you are looking for some awesome accelaration. Or contact rius racing christophe will hook you up.

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    Where is Lowell out of? I know that my new ski will be going to Texas...

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    I believe its Montana. Click below for more information:

    http://www.2-stroke-porting.com/

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