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    Quote Originally Posted by BaddestCross View Post
    Awesome that you're improving the system! Are you using 3/8" tubing or 1/4"? Also, swapping in a hi-flow fitting on the ARB may help as well.

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    3/8” and there is already no restrictions on the ARB side.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Strike Force Zebra View Post
    3/8” and there is already no restrictions on the ARB side.


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    Cool. 7 minutes is no slouch. 👍

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    For a quick update on airing down with the valve stems removed... no improvement noted! Obviously the pressure gradient isn’t that much from 28 to 11 on that side to make a difference.


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