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blue09dmaxx

Too broke for this shit
Jan 15, 2012
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blue09dmaxx

Too broke for this shit
Jan 15, 2012
825
1
0
The south
Just spoke with Jose at FI and he told me for he money just get a cast 467.7 that billet wouldn't get much improvement for the money. Any truth?
 

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Just spoke with Jose at FI and he told me for he money just get a cast 467.7 that billet wouldn't get much improvement for the money. Any truth?

If your going from a BW cast wheel to a FMW, I don't think there is any difference other than its shiny and a little stronger. I swapped a S366 from the stock cast wheel to the new FMW, it was the exact same design and weighed 5 grams more. I can't say its the same for the 67.7's
 

MarkBroviak

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Just spoke with Jose at FI and he told me for he money just get a cast 467.7 that billet wouldn't get much improvement for the money. Any truth?

Correct, they are identical wheels other than cast vs. billet. If you were using it as the high pressure turbo in a big twins or triples then use the billet. Anything under 800hp and it's not worth the price difference on it.
 

blue09dmaxx

Too broke for this shit
Jan 15, 2012
825
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The south
Correct, they are identical wheels other than cast vs. billet. If you were using it as the high pressure turbo in a big twins or triples then use the billet. Anything under 800hp and it's not worth the price difference on it.

That's why I like you mark! Saving me money on the daily haha
 

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I ran a 68/83/90 on my lml, i had a billet wheel though and still blew it up one time lol, but I liked it.. Spooled good and will support some decent power..