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Hahaha the picture says +200 but the description says up to 150
Well, I'm thinking the 200's probably flywheel, and the 150's rear-wheel...
But yall need to hold off...b/c I heard that they're fixing to come out with their "Crack-head Charlie" module, that gives you like 375 HP...and if you buy their neo-hydralyzer to go with it, it bumps you up to 400!!!
They also said if you make sure you used their brand of blinker-fluid, that it sheds a whole 15 pounds of weight, and removes 3 whole seconds off of your 1/4 mile time.
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