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post #1 of 3 Old 04-21-2002, 03:19 AM Thread Starter
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Last time...WMS or DENSECHARGER?

I have been told by pretty much everyone to go with either one of these.

I like the fact that the densechsrger cai places the air filter in the fenderwell and the new power pipe that starts at the TB.

But..some of the faster 96-98 Cobras on here seem to live by there WMS with MAF and big mouth K&N. I heard that with this setup its an easy 6-10hp?

Numbers speak and I need to finally make a decsion. So what should I get?

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anybody please?

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Densecharger no question. No heat soak, complete from filter to TB. Best bang for the buck. When I made the first MAF to TB pipe I picked up 8 RWHP over just the WMS. I don't think you will see any noticable difference between the WMS and the Densecharger. I got 8RWHP with just the WMS I have not Dynoed the Densecharger. The WMS is 3.5" dia and made of metal The Densecharger is 4" dia and made of plastic. My old WMS used to get warm after driving to work the Densecharger is cool.

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