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Hello everyone it’s been awhile since posted. Sold the 2010 and got a 2021 I’ve been building slowly. So far:
Rekluse core exp clutch with 2010 basket
Flexx bars
Houser stem
Goldspeed beadlocks
Ls4 misc carbon fiber accents/deletes
Custom axis pro air front triple rate rear
Precision pro
Ais delete
Houser a arms
Houser rear linkage
Ims oversized tank and some others
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the post. I’m looking into the rp power kit that includes the throttle body. I’ve been trying to research but haven’t come up with much. Is anyone running this kit? Rp claims that it’ll produce 51-53 on stock internals. If anyone has any input it would be greatly appreciated. I’d like to try and get as much feedback before spending the 2k+ for the kit. Thank you I’m advance
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I’ve heard, pretty sure you’ve said that to me before as well. Just trying to see if the throttle body makes much difference and how it compares to a big three machine. Do you know anyone running it?


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Good news, what else is done to yours?


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^ exactly right, I called bnr to see what they had to say. They basically said that a stock motor with no headwork would not benefit much with this kit. I’ll probably go with just the intake exhaust and vortex from them for now, until I get into the motor.


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