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Performance with DB killer in ?

Might be a stupid question but I have a 3/4 Austin Racing shorty system it's to loud and spits flames without the db killer inserted but is nice with it in, is there much HP loss with the db killer in or ? Cheers from Australia
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My Euro gen 4 with stock ecu runs like crap with the baffle out. (akra with link pipe). Runs far too lean.
So it stays in. Much smoother, crisper and more responsive at low end, not to mention quieter.

When I get a woolich I'll make a map for both in and out, as it really is loud without it.
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