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Old 03-10-2005, 09:04 AM   #1
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Any 'N' Flash cars every been dyno'd w/ M flash?

The more I'm reading about the 'N' the more I get a little greedy for power. My car goes in on 21 Mar for some rattle-repairs, and i'm thinking about trying to get the new flash done. My car got the M this past September, according to 'records'. People are reporting much more power, especially 'down low' with the N, compared to their M flashes. I'm wondering if perhaps the cars with the N were lacking power to begin with, thus the claimed increase. If I can find M-Flash cars with similar power as mine, and those owners report increases w/ the N, that'd ease some concerns.


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