Re: Extractor Problems
If they are the norm pacey's they have very big pipes, not the best setup for falcons but ok, the problem you have now is that all this free flowing gas exits the engine nice and quick and then slams against the old cat and piping and the speed is reduced lots and backpressure should increase. the old system would have kept it all flowing at a constant rate, hence nice smooth accel and constant power. you should have gained some down low but lost up high. you wont get the upper end back till you get the rest done. anyone feel free to totallly blow me out of the water if im wrong.
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