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421 Serval Pipe test

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I just want to start off by saying that im posting this for another builder that wants to remain nameless at this time. I in no way was involved in the testing. After he seen my last post he thought he would weigh in on his findings but after all the bs that everyone started he would prefer to remain anonymous.

 

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Pro Circuit is 034

Shearer is 006

Sniper is 007

CPI is 004

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From the looks Shearer's took the lead and CPI was close behind them.

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Havent got all the details from the nameless shop yet. Im pretty confident that they do not use afr meters just plug checks but i will ask.

 

 

So pretty much the numbers the average person would get from tuning on their own without dyno info to go off of.

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Andy,

 

Have you ported any of these servals for a little more oomph in the mid-top while minimizing torque loss? I am interested in what can be done to keep the broad torque band of the serval with a little more midrange and top end. I understand that you can simply port it to cub specs, but what if someone doesn't want it to be that wild?

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I have and its actually very doable there is substantial gains with no bottom end sacrifice.

I'm feeling a NLP end of summer sale commin round the corner?

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