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Old 12-18-2014, 12:26 PM   #1
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Pusher SuperMax Y Bridge

Hello everybody,

We just released our new SuperMax Y Bridge a few weeks ago. We've put a ton of thought and testing into this guy on daily drivers to 1000HP drag and offroad race trucks. I have to say that it has performed quite well across the spectrum. Some nice data below.

According to independant flow bench testing by ATU, it;

- out flows the factory LMM/LBZ bridge by 45%.
- out flows modified* factory LMM/LBZ bridge by 32.7%
- out flows factory LLY bridge by 102%
- its super sexy, ok maybe they didn't actually test that.

There's more information on our site and more to come including install videos, action videos and more performance results. A few other things to note are that you can easily access all eight flange bolts and it directs air into each head by design. It also works with our just released compound turbo system.

* the modified bridge was sourced from a pretty well known Duramax specific company that welds a 3'' inlet in place of the facotry inlet and also welds a piece of angle as a flow divider on the back wall.

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