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Tezell wrote:Yes it does increase hp. My loboy starts easier and runs much smoother than before. I will be installing another one on my 71 model soon.
I got mine from Brillman in Virginia for around 80 bucks. Good investment.
Assuming that Bill's 3% to 5% gain is correct. For easy math let's assume 10 hp on the draw bar with an engine in excellent condition.WLM Cub wrote:You should not expect quite that much power gain, 3 to 5 would be more realistic.
WLM Cub wrote:Just remember to re-gapp the plugs to .035 for best performance. You should not expect quite that much power gain, 3 to 5 would be more realistic. But they run and start better. Bill. wlm cub
Harold R wrote: That was an $80 oops. I'd say you have to use a little more caution with them when changing out electrical components.
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