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Old 10-03-2007, 04:00 PM   #1
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Hi guys, i need advice regarding getting a pipe for my RB C5. What's the best pipe for the C5? Gonna install the C5 in my buggy. Thanks guys
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i have a c6 and the rb 2045 pipe is smooth (have a 86 and a 63 too) see people run the jp3 on them too but they sound funny and are loud (course they hear mine and say it sounds funny lol)
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Old 10-03-2007, 04:52 PM   #3
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i have a c6 and the rb 2045 pipe is smooth (have a 86 and a 63 too) see people run the jp3 on them too but they sound funny and are loud (course they hear mine and say it sounds funny lol)
Thanks for the reply, i heard the 086 is a good pipe for the C5. I was also told that the JP3 is a good pipe...So how does the RB 2045 compare with the other pipes?
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Thanks for the reply, i heard the 086 is a good pipe for the C5. I was also told that the JP3 is a good pipe...So how does the RB 2045 compare with the other pipes?
i dont have a jp3 but the 2045 is very smooth and gets a solid 8 minutes on my track driving it hard 8mm venturi. the 86 wasnt too bad but wasnt as smooth on the mid and the 63 was a fuel hawg lol iirc 6-6 and a half minutes? i didnt retune alot i just tried them as i had them from RB combo packs before.most guys i know though throw a hardened jp-3 on every engine they have
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i dont have a jp3 but the 2045 is very smooth and gets a solid 8 minutes on my track driving it hard 8mm venturi. the 86 wasnt too bad but wasnt as smooth on the mid and the 63 was a fuel hawg lol iirc 6-6 and a half minutes? i didnt retune alot i just tried them as i had them from RB combo packs before.most guys i know though throw a hardened jp-3 on every engine they have
Thanks buddy, well i might try the RB 2045. I was told by many that the JP3 works really well too. I've seen the new Jammin JP4 EFRA-2062 in action too...awesome pipe. Pretty similar to the JP3 but with better mid and top end...
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I tried 2045 and just couldn't tune the engine for the desired top end. It spins the wheels from the start, but gets lazy on the top end. Where's with 2020 it just fires up at the point where 2045 stops. Also, i had a cheap (30'ish) jpl turbo pipe on rcmart, which just rips, and i also get arround 9 minutes runtime with it.
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I tried 2045 and just couldn't tune the engine for the desired top end. It spins the wheels from the start, but gets lazy on the top end. Where's with 2020 it just fires up at the point where 2045 stops. Also, i had a cheap (30'ish) jpl turbo pipe on rcmart, which just rips, and i also get arround 9 minutes runtime with it.
Hi buddy, yup i've heard about JPL pipes, they are really value for money...but it seems like the JP3 is a popular choice and some swear by the new JP4...
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