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Old 02-18-2009, 04:57 PM
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The only difference that gets my attention between the Indy and the X-power drive is that the X power drive can be 2" shorter in the 'X' dimension.
But from what I have read, it seems that the Indy is better priced. I don't really need to accommodate giant HP.
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Adrenaline has Y-piped. Our red Donzi 38 Y-piped. I think IlmorDonzi's is also Y-piped. The site is being updated. VVT on 650, not 725.
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Adrenaline with 625s

32-Skater-115MPH-older 550's

Sweet 625 RIB

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The only difference that gets my attention between the Indy and the X-power drive is that the X power drive can be 2" shorter in the 'X' dimension.
But from what I have read, it seems that the Indy is better priced. I don't really need to accommodate giant HP.

You'll have to change out the whole transom assembly if you buy an Indy- the x power is supposed to bolt up to your bravo housing.

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That's a pretty cool RIB!
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People brought up the sound of the Viper, stock they are so bottlenecked it's muffled (new version is louder though and has no cross over), when opened up sounds absolutely badass, nothing but compliments. Stock is blah sounding. Really unique sound with LT headers, high flow cats and mufflers. Especially with head and cam work, just pure nastiness. The unique sound is mainly b/c its odd firing order, 1,10-9.4-3,6-5,8-7.2

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People brought up the sound of the Viper, stock they are so bottlenecked it's muffled (new version is louder though and has no cross over), when opened up sounds absolutely badass, nothing but compliments. Stock is blah sounding. Really unique sound with LT headers, high flow cats and mufflers. Especially with head and cam work, just pure nastiness.
Thats good, when they first came out they sounded like a UPS truck.
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I wonder how this package will perform and handle in a single engine setup compared to a NXT.....?
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Funny, because the only thing I don't like about the V-10, is the sound. Not as throaty as a V8, and nowhere as exhilarating as a V12. It's just kind of lost in between.




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