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wow, i feel honored having you reply to my thread martin. so the mcw60 would be best. i just found it confusing cause i was looking at your flow rate estimator and saw that the maze5 was getting a better curve than the mcw60, thats what i was basing it on. again, thanks for your advice!
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Sorry I'm late

Looks like everyone else has ya covered. I recommend getting the MCW60 as well. The maze5 is just based off of an older design which is why it loses to the mcw60 temp wise.
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I'd go with a Swifty 60 to, the Maze are good blocks but they seem kind of orphaned to me, Swifty is fast to bring out new hold down plates for the 60...
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