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Old 09-16-2011, 09:11 PM   #21
CraigRR
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Thanks KEM. With the 600's you really need that extra power in the mid to upper range. Like I said earlier about the hp, more likely not 20+, but the throttle in the top end is amazing. I got up to 160 on a closed course, and still had more. To each his own, but doing this really worked for me.
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