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Old 04 Jan 2004, 06:12 am
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who has this spring mod, ive been looking for this and cant seem to find it any where
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Old 04 Jan 2004, 09:02 am
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Go to www.exhaustdepot.net/edwaspmod.html

I used a carb return spring with a bracket bolted to the back of the block. I do not leave it on for street use. It dropped me from 14.60's to 14.40's in the quarter-mile.

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