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B2 vs. Impco model L under boost conditions

Does anyone know what the diffence is in respect to tuning with the B2 compared to the model L, i have had both on my car and the car runs totally different with either one. The B2 is much more fuel efficient, has a lot more lag and yet a lot more top end power. But with the model L its using more fuel, has heaps less lag, and runs out of gas way sooner, i have had both on the car together and i get little lag, with good top end but the only thing is i have poor fuel economy.

Which has me a little confused because from my knowledge i believe that they are basically the same converters just in a slightly different style casing.

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Re: B2 vs. Impco model L under boost conditions

i am pretty sure that they have a different rate spring on the diphram.. hope that helps...
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Re: B2 vs. Impco model L under boost conditions

Both my converters have the gas research spring kits in them, I have found that the problem has been that the impco converter must have something wrong with it, i put another impco converter in and now its the same as the B2, so i will use the that one, thanks for trying to help.
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