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Old 08-16-03, 10:50 PM
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SA and FB housings

Is there an advantage to 79-80 housings over 81-85 housings? I took notice that the SRX7 rules state that you must use FB housings. Also, ive noticed that most of the ITA cars have SA housings. I know they're SA housings because they dont have the "anti trick-plug" lip around the plug hole. Is the difference something with the stock ports?
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Old 08-18-03, 10:53 PM
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i think theres a difference. maybe ill ask in the first gen forum.
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The SA housing have larger exhaust ports which equals more power. The Federal car housings are bigger that the California housing.

So the 79-80 would be a unfair advantage to run. Oh btw the is a marking on the housing that indicates the which housing is which.


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