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Re: 1st season with the e3

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10-22-2013 09:44:49

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I have some tricks to make these run. Send me an email.

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10-23-2013 15:00:14

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 Re: 1st season with the e3 in reply to smokeshow, 10-22-2013 09:44:49  
Was wondering what kind of tricks you have to make these run a little stronger? This was my first year with the E3, did pretty good, but could use more power to go past 4500lbs? Seems to run good with no smoke, starts easy, idle is a little lopey? Not sure, but Im don't think it's spinning to max rpm's. Still on original 11-38's, heavy frame, 3600lbs with 150lb driver.

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Co-op EC

10-23-2013 15:41:46

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 Re: 1st season with the e3 in reply to J-Pipes, 10-23-2013 15:00:14  
Well to start i don't know what the rules are in your area but here no one cares about rpm rules and we all wire the governor springs tight that will get you some more power i know i was a little under powered compared to every on else until i learned that lesson.

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10-23-2013 16:51:30

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 Re: 1st season with the e3 in reply to Co-op EC, 10-23-2013 15:41:46  
All of our rules state a "working" govenor, but maybe I could take off my existing spring and try to find one that's stupidly stiff. Thanks for the reply.

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10-23-2013 17:17:17

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 Re: 1st season with the e3 in reply to J-Pipes, 10-23-2013 16:51:30  
Yea there are people that do that too you are running pretty heavy for stock tire size do are you counting a set of wheel weights

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