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  • deton8 von Splosion Dec 27, 2016

    Hi Linda Dedmon-Smith,

    Your question came posted under
    "CARS & TRUCKS"... but I am intriguded to
    find out what kind of canister... and to what AIR-SPEED you are referring ...

    Pretty please EDIT your entry

    add a wee bit more information
    about the make, model, year, engine size... transmission size (etcetera).

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