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BBR vs. Big Gun rev boxes. Which one is better? BBR: Eliminates the 9800 rpm rev-limiter of the OEM ignition, Direct replacement for the OEM CDI ignition box, Hotter advance curve Big Gun: Enhances the power curve and adds 2 horsepower Designed to increase your RPM limit by approximately 1,000 RPM depending on the model of your machine Rev Boxes are remapped with a built in timing curve which provides noticeable horse power & torque gains An easy plug-n-play installation BBR: https://www.powersportparts.net/series-249804-bbr-rev-box.html#!year%3D2008||make%3DHONDA||model%3DCRF150F Big Gun: https://www.powersportparts.net/series-235413-big-gun-rev-box.html#!year%3D2008||make%3DHONDA||model%3DCRF150F
I'm looking to find the e-address for the 'TB' cylinder's I've seen on some hopped-up XR's. I have a BBR set-up. but fear I will be loosing them as a source for my XR100. I wanted to get a set of the valve springs ( from BBR) and those titanium spring retainers. They sure help the engine to turn over easy. Thanks for the help, I'm going to try a 27mm carb and see if it helps. Bruce
Hey guys new to this website, i need a little help if anyone can!! I have a crf50 here with an 88cc bbr flat top piston kit, stock carb and head but bbr cam. Im wanting a bigger carby to maybe wake it up a bit more? Do i need a bigger intake manifold and do i need to port out the intake to match? Any info into making this thing have a bit more punch would be appreciated