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Old 07-07-2005, 09:19 PM
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Studying silencers for my 598ci. Seen GGB Extreems and Zoomers perform. What about the new Hardin Cyclone?
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Studying silencers for my 598ci. Seen GGB Extreems and Zoomers perform. What about the new Hardin Cyclone?
Zoomers rock! They work great on my HP500's
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wont get to 90dbs's on the J-2005 test, especially if they are Dry exhaust. Have tried all of them.Turn downs are the only way to get legal on bigh blower motors on the stationary tests period.
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wont get to 90dbs's on the J-2005 test, especially if they are Dry exhaust. Have tried all of them.Turn downs are the only way to get legal on bigh blower motors on the stationary tests period.
NOBODY gets below 90db as of now for the 900+ HP motors from what I am told. Did you get the PM for the info I sent you a few weeks ago? Your welcome
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Semper Fi,
What db are you at with your Zoomers?
Are those 500 carb or efi?
Any rpm lost?

Thanks for the insight,
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rick,
GGB Extremes are a slam dunk for your power but GGB now has a lower cost alternative for 500HP or less mils. They retail for $300 per set but I have some good deals on them if you're interested. Call or PM me for details.

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No Cyclone users? What about Imco Gatlins?
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Semper Fi,
What db are you at with your Zoomers?
Are those 500 carb or efi?
Any rpm lost?

Thanks for the insight,
Rick

The db are 87 and there is no power loss They look sweet too!!
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