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Re: Pony vs Webber
1).<font color=red> STOCKER..</font color=red>Reliable as all get out. Zero power on it's own. Major hesitation that can be resolved cheaply. Runs at any angle, even upside down. I speak from experience.Very, very expensive brand new, $1300 retail at the dealer.
2).<font color=red> PONY..</font color=red>After rebuilding it, tuning it, and fiddleing with it until it's dialed, it has noticable power increases. operates flawlessly at angles. Very good reasonably cheap alternative.
3).<font color=red> WEBER..</font color=red>Online @ 4wdhardware.com for $299.00. Has very noticeble power increases. Stalls and hick-ups on bumpy roads and steep up hills..Kinda tempermental in certain weather conditions. But all problems can easily be resolved by anyone with a substandard IQ (Do ya hear me Forest)?.
I've demo'd all three. I keep going back to my weber. With the exhaust set up, and air intake, it made a 35% to 40% increase in power, with zero hesitation..
I'm sure this post will open a can of worms, However if you take the time to get the Weber set up, it's unbeatable.
Just ask Dave as asianauto.com.
<font color=blue>BIGBEARZUK Big Bear Ca.</font color=blue>
<font color=purple>[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/cool.gif[/img]-87 suzuki Hard Top,
5.5 SPOA 3"springs