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Dodge Spirit, Holset He341 -The Tow Car- Great Depresion Racing

Holset He341 @ 10psi. Stock SOHC 6g72 with chrome rings gapped for Boost. 92 Octane. Stock N/A computer and Spark Advance. Rising Rate Regulator. Modified InTank Walbro. 4 puck on 200k+ mile pressure plate. Kumho All Seasons @ 35psi, worthless but no broken parts :D Expecting a little more but I had hoped the track would hook up decently. Probably run the same E.T. on half the Boost.


 


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