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    Sound suppresion tube?

    So when I do my tunnel fix should I put in a free flow tube from riva? I have: VF'3, d-plate, EFI, riva heads, prop, race filter, and PPK. Is there and +/- to it other than it looks a lot easier to work on without the big ass box! or is there another option? thanks guys


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    It's safer to run iwth the FF, to avoid detonation. Some guys are running with the SS in though with no problems.

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    The free flow gives a little more bottom end, but you will lose a little on top end. I made my 77.2 runs with the stock sound supression in. I do have the jet works mod also.

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    I do have a stock SS and rubber hose if anyone wants to buy one.

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    So whos sound suppresion should I buy? Rivas is the most money (I think) but R&D and jetworks both have one as well (and im sure many others) If the riva is the best i dont mind the extra $$ but dont want to waste it if there is something else out there that is as good or better! thanks

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    Buy the old one off my shelf and save yourself some money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by r33pwrd
    So whos sound suppresion should I buy? Rivas is the most money (I think) but R&D and jetworks both have one as well (and im sure many others) If the riva is the best i dont mind the extra $$ but dont want to waste it if there is something else out there that is as good or better! thanks
    I like my RIVA all one peice blue FF!

    It's wrapped rubber tube and there are some extras you can do with it!!! To bring your top end back up like with the OEM stuff.

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    What other stuff are you talking about that would bring your rpm's up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RXPkiller
    Quote Originally Posted by r33pwrd
    So whos sound suppresion should I buy? Rivas is the most money (I think) but R&D and jetworks both have one as well (and im sure many others) If the riva is the best i dont mind the extra $$ but dont want to waste it if there is something else out there that is as good or better! thanks
    I like my RIVA all one peice blue FF!

    It's wrapped rubber tube and there are some extras you can do with it!!! To bring your top end back up like with the OEM stuff.
    Please explain as I'm getting the blue tube myself

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    Well I'm going to have to guess that you are "pinching" the tube down somehow to create more back pressure. Sometimes I long for the good old days when we all freely exchanged info

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