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Old 07-12-2004, 23:12   #1 (permalink)
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Extractors

hi all

Just wondering what sort of power gains i will see with a set of try-y's on my falcon fitted to the factory (replaced but OEM spec) exhaust. I will let you know how it is seat-o-the-pants meter when i pick it up. Will be around an hour so i shall get back to you. im so excited i cant wait til he calls and says its ready

I got carline down to 170 fitted with exhaust gaskets and extractor bolts included, which i guess is a pretty good price.

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Good price there. You should notice a nice improvement, more responsiveness.
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I was wondering if you had done that yet. They the same ones from a while ago??
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Old 07-13-2004, 23:29   #4 (permalink)
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Re: Extractors

they most certainly are, they are installed but it sounds like theres a gasket leak, but ill leave it for another day and if i can hear it still ill take it back.

Seat-o-the-pants meter is more down low (as expected with try-y's) but it feels like its stranglin a lil bit when it gets to 5000 redline. I cant really notice the change myself but all my passengers that have sat in it rekkon it goes heaps harder. So I guess it is a fair whack faster. Its beats just about any V6 commodore now... Time to start beating V8 holdens... could be a tough ask with a 302.. gonna convert to 351 soon. Cant wait!
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