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We have just recived our control unit to test.It gave lots more power on the low end that you could feel in 2 and 3 gear.The top end was way to lean.It ran good but we know that this is just the begiinning we can increase the rpm but what we want is bottom end.They our going to adjust it a little and we will test it.If we feels its good we will dyno it so every body can see the results.The timing unit will be next If we feel its good we will dyno it. Cams will be next.We have the cams all ready done the grind but the last thing will be getting the shims right its hard to use the stock pots with the new grind we would have someone they know set up the clearance problem between cam and valve shim no big deal.They said 5 to 7 more h/p i dont know if this is worth the money.

Will keep you posted.

Thanks

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