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Is this worth it? Do you really get any gains? I was think about going through Alba. For the price it's better than buying a new one.
 

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total rip off, never butterfly and carb bore is about $90
they are trying to rip you off, I know rhinocraft has the same thing for 185 but it is just no worth the money
 

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I had mine done on my quad,,,I now for a fact that it adds power. I didn't get my quad dynoed before and after, however there are others that did. And they picked up 1 to 3 HP. For the amount that you spend on other items to gain that much power, boring your carb makes sense. What sucks is re-jetting, it takes time.

I know we are talking about a RHino here but it is the same motor that is in Raptors. So it will help.
 

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I had mine done on my quad,,,I now for a fact that it adds power. I didn't get my quad dynoed before and after, however there are others that did. And they picked up 1 to 3 HP. For the amount that you spend on other items to gain that much power, boring your carb makes sense. What sucks is re-jetting, it takes time.

I know we are talking about a RHino here but it is the same motor that is in Raptors. So it will help.

do it once you have exhaust work done
 

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Anytime you mess with air flow your should look at the exhaust. Carb is the first link to the motor,,then porting,,then exhaust. Better flow better power.
 

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So if I'm not planning on doing any exhaust mods anytime soon...I really don't need it?
 
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