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  • tuning spacers for the S1?

    how do u use the tuning spaceers for the S1 pipe? what combination does what and what combinations r there?
    red sport, HE23HP engine, ECC pipe, air filter, .800 longdrive w/ 3rd bearing, BEADLOCK...ALL SPEED!
    (selling pipe...if anyone wants to buy it IM me on STiLLBaLLiN937 on AIM. good pipe..adds ALOT of torque and insane powerband)

  • #2
    There are 4 combinations:
    1) no spacers
    2) 1 thin spacer
    3) 1 thick spacer
    4) 1 thin and 1 thick spacer

    More spacers = longer pipe = low end power
    Less spacers = shorter pipe = top end power
    That's the basics.
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    • #3
      ooo..... so if i still want ALoT OF SPEED and still have good low end also what should i put, only the thick one or only the thin one? what would u recommend?
      red sport, HE23HP engine, ECC pipe, air filter, .800 longdrive w/ 3rd bearing, BEADLOCK...ALL SPEED!
      (selling pipe...if anyone wants to buy it IM me on STiLLBaLLiN937 on AIM. good pipe..adds ALOT of torque and insane powerband)

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      • #4
        I recommend experimenting. It's easy to do.
        Brooks @ ADA Racing
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        • #5
          i use one spacer so i get alot of top end and some low end so i can go up my hill
          yellow sport with ada series 1, ada HP carb, ada superior carbon air filter, red scooterpros coolhead,

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          • #6
            I honestly didn't see a difference in the tuning of the spacers.

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            • #7
              i run with no spacers..its cleaner and it runs better
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