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Old 12-09-2012, 06:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Which will give me better performance?,
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What's nal?
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I meant barons big air kit....sorry bout the typo
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churchkey VBAK church is one of our members and makes a killer big air kit. i have one on my 05 and will soon be installing one on my 08
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churchkey VBAK church is one of our members and makes a killer big air kit. i have one on my 05 and will soon be installing one on my 08
+1 on Churchkey. Great product well worth the money.

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Ok. Guess I need to get in touch with him then. Thanks
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Which will give me better performance?,
To answer your question, Barons. I have one on my '04 and I am very pleased with it. The Sidewinder is basically for show as the Warrior gets the vast majority of it's air from under the tank.
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Sidewinder is about 80% looks.

Barons are basically pods. Churchkeys kit has velocity stacks. Having run both, there is a noticeable difference.
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Ok. I've been reading up on churckkeys vbak and sounds like the route I wanna go. My '02 is basically stock except for V&H big shots. Thinking I'm gonna go with the cobra auto tune ais block off and the vbak
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