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Old 07-04-2007, 04:04 PM   #1
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Ofna JP-3 pipe, does anybody use this pipe? How was it? Im currently using a V Spec with T2050 pipe, Im happy with it but I want to try the JP-3. Is it worth trying?
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If you like the 2050, you should like the JP3. Although If you're happy with the 2050 I don't see a need to switch.
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I've run both on my V-spec and they're both great for that engine. In my testing the JP-3 seemed to have a bit more top end but a little less fuel economy.
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i have run both and i agree the jp3 has more top, but my fuel milage was about the same....running on a Novarosi P5X and a Werks B7PRO....
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Thanks for the inputs Sirs! Appreciate it!
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