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about what kinda power would these put out? im thinkin about putting my b codes in my pmr motor for the time being, with stock nozzles. what do yall think? i know they can put out more than 400, but i wanna keep it pmr safe for the time being

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I think the sound KaBoom, would be in your near future.

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even in stock form with proper tuning?

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w/ tuning it certainly should be fine

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about what kinda power would these put out? im thinkin about putting my b codes in my pmr motor for the time being, with stock nozzles. what do yall think? i know they can put out more than 400, but i wanna keep it pmr safe for the time being
Your talking stock 444 nozzles or the 5 hole BD's? 444 should be fine.
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by 444 you mean 7 hole from a psd correct? if so, then yes

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Yes sir. Probably a good idea, then step up later with larger nozzles.
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joey, howe much fuel are the stock obs nozzles good for fuel wise? i want to put my 230cc hybrids in with stock nozzles to keep the hgs and turbo in one piece. what do you think?

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I think Kainers are stock on his Hybrids and he's around 430(with his supporting mods).
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too much fuel for a stock sd turbo?

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