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    power valves on dominators

    from experience guys im asking what are the effects of useing the power valves on the primary side of a 1150 dominator or not? i see quick fuel offers ther new 1150 gas model with them and i see other well know poeple not. my set up is 565ci and i leave on a trans brake. just curious which way would be the first choice. thanks for all imput in advance

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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE jmarksdragster's Avatar
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    With, makes it a little less rich in the pits.
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    Yep, what Mark said. If you're one of those people who can't resist firing it up at home to annoy the neighbors, scare the dog, wow your buddies, or just for a good nose hit to pacify you till the weekend, you might consider power valves. The plugs will stay a lot cleaner under those conditions. Jet down about 6 steps when installing the pv. As far as any performace advantage, zip, zero, nada......


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