I have DAJ's, they work as advertised and are really trouble free.
However, you have to get down to them to adjust them..which can be tough
on an engine that has carbs that are hard to get to.
If I had to do it again I would buy the Vari-Flow. The ability to adjust
them remote from the carb would easily be worth the extra money.
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> They are very different from each other. They work in opposite manner
> on different principles. I haven't tried either, yet, but now I am
> toward the Tempa flow instead of the DAJ. The tempa flow is more
> but it may be worth it for the automatic operation. I think if I was
> to a manual system I would use the DAJ before the Vari Flow. I would
> interested to hear from people who have used both.
> <blockquote TYPE=CITE>Which brand is better .</blockquote>
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