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Old 02-27-2013, 08:48 AM   #36
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see that's what I thought! but then I heard it helps top end and top speed but hurts acceleration from a dead stop
That is very true when it comes to a Harley motorcycle. Straight pipes rob low end and midrange torque and hp. Why not on these cars?
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That is very true when it comes to a Harley motorcycle. Straight pipes rob low end and midrange torque and hp. Why not on these cars?
It does rob low end power, that's what I posted earlier but my logic was completely ignored and overwhelmed by illogical comments
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It does rob low end power, that's what I posted earlier but my logic was completely ignored and overwhelmed by illogical comments
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