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post #1 of 82 (permalink) Old 12-26-2009, 05:07 AM Thread Starter
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B-codes or Bigger Hybrids

Just tryin to get a feel for whats gonna get the job done the best with the least amount of damge

I know a bunch of guys have made big power with B-codes back then and alot of guys are making big numbers today with hybrids, just a toss up as to whats the best way to go
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Ask the Wizard .

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B-codes in 1,3,5,7 and Hybrids in 2,4,6,8...
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Re: B-codes or Bigger Hybrids

What are you trying to do HP-wise?
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Re: B-codes or Bigger Hybrids

I have never ran b-codes to compair with, but I am pretty happy with my big hybrids.

It seems like hybrids have been getting the job done lately so why spend a bunch of money switchig over to b-codes when all you have to do is have your injectors worked over

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Re: B-codes or Bigger Hybrids

Depends on how much you pay for the set, and if you have nuff oil.
B codes will need an overdrive, termy etc .

Smaller birds may not .

Newer trend leans toward hybirds but either will make big powa.

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Re: B-codes or Bigger Hybrids

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What are you trying to do HP-wise?
I want 600+rwhp on fuel on forged rods

I've already asked the mythology expert and he's 6 to 1, half dozen the other.

Its getting done one way or the other, its just what way.
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