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Old 04-25-2004, 01:44   #1 (permalink)
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The Great Extractors Debate (Final)

Ok Guys,
Lets Settle This For Once And For All. This Is My Story. Im A Genie Lover I Love Genies But I Am Now Chasing Every Little KW I Can Get.
Now I Got Told ABout Paccies A Good Set Like $550 HPC I Heard Great And Shit THings About Them.
I Still love A Good Set Of Genies For Like $600 HPC Cuase Well There Always Been There For Me.
But I Want To Try Jim Mocks for $700 Jim Mock Specialises In Ford 4.0 Litres (Thinkign Must Know His Shit About Them For Sure)


So Guys I Got 5 Days To Decided So Tell Me Stories And Proof Please

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Old 04-25-2004, 02:14   #2 (permalink)
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well i got pacies on my el and too tell ya the story aint much i dont think i gained that much with them i raced a EF with only 2.5 zorst and i got 2.5 zorst with extractors and i only beat him by a half to 1 car length and fuel consumption satyed the same and went up
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Are the Mock headers just Lukey's?

I've got Herrod headers, HPC coated and they go great, but you'll find them on the more expensive end of the scale. Probably be a bee's dick worth of difference in the end really.
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Hmmm I have seen this posted somwhere else ??
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Mate, if you want the best KW, you'll have to look at the dyno sheets from the manufacturers. It's very difficult to rely on what people tell you they like, 'good' means different things to different people.
Each set of extractors will be a little or a lot different. Looking at the graphs the manufacturer provides will give you overall figures, and tell you where in the rev range the extractors make the best power.
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Genies were the antís pants few years back...now Pacemaker have the best reputation for Extractors
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If you have the money I'd have a look at the JMM race series. I just fitteed them to my ute which previously had the standard JMM headers, and as expected it has a slight but noticeable increase in the midrange, most notable at 3000rpm.

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If you have the money I'd have a look at the JMM race series. I just fitteed them to my ute which previously had the standard JMM headers, and as expected it has a slight but noticeable increase in the midrange, most notable at 3000rpm.

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Re: The Great Extractors Debate (Final)

JMM make em

They're not like the walkers (lukeys)
2 add to that they have 2 sets
1 (the ones that look like the walkers) at $400
2 (the race prepped ones) at $645 - these give the low down increase at 3000rpm soxx was talkin about and aren't all that flash unless your keen with some porting
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JMM make em

They're not like the walkers (lukeys)
2 add to that they have 2 sets
1 (the ones that look like the walkers) at $400
2 (the race prepped ones) at $645 - these give the low down increase at 3000rpm soxx was talkin about and aren't all that flash unless your keen with some porting
Very interesting, so they have there own exhaust manufacturing process bending and welding do they do all that at there shop or is it done of site. If there making there own the way they want I would defiantly go with them we need a set for an AU6 I will give them a call...
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