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Can i simply put a plate on top where the valve used to screw or must a chunk of aluminium be put in the whole slot thing where the valves slide and gring the exess even with the exhaust port ??
 

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you could just do a plate but with the void, it would probable cause as much turbulence as a valve. a plug(aluminuim machined to fit) would be alot better.
 

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Think LT250/500 powervalve system. It added volume for resonance in/to the exh. outlet area to affect the power spread. Cant say for certain if it would affect a Banshee in a similar manner or not. I dont see any possibility for engine harm, just maybe a different power curve (desired or not).
 

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QUOTE (Backcountry @ Aug 14 2008, 12:25 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=8226Think LT250/500 powervalve system. It added volume for resonance in/to the exh. outlet area to affect the power spread. Cant say for certain if it would affect a Banshee in a similar manner or not. I dont see any possibility for engine harm, just maybe a different power curve (desired or not).


In a 535 Cheeta set up for asphalt drag, to what effect does it have if the power valve is pulled all the way up and locked leaving a 1/4 void in the exhuast port. I would think this would create alot of turbulance in return slowing the airflow down considerably? I have seen things done in the exhaust to separate the turbulance in different ways and having a big change in torque curve and rpm's, I would see this as a set back too would'nt it?
 
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