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celicapimp02
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Jun 1, 9:16pm - #19484 
which would be better

ok i am looking into stroking my motor

would a turbo be better with a stroke

or

a supercharger with a stroked motor

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Steven
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Jun 2, 12:33am - #19485 
doesnt matter... i just go n/a. turbo's and s/c's will give ya a lot of headaches.

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Jun 2, 5:19pm - #19486 
I agree, they're both a pain, but I heard the s/c is a lot less of a hastle and that it's easier to work with. but I dunno.

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