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Old 10-29-2007, 07:30 PM   #16
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I am going to recommend the 2060. While it works best at the higher rpm range that the OS SPEED VSPEC motor produces, it is perfectly matched as far as torque and such to the standard VSPEC (have both motors)

I have seen a number of guys have really good luck with the Thunder Tiger pipe 2035, and produce good horsepower, especially for a buggy (a lot of the faster RC8 guys run this combo with the OS VSPEC and SPEED VSPEC) and note the price difference.. the 2035 is about half of what you can expect to pay for a NIB 2060.

I have not tried the JP1 or JP3 Jammin pipes, but have heard (and seen) that they do not work so well with OS VSPEC engines. Apparently with certain Novarossi mills they match up better with the characteristics of the motor.
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Old 10-29-2007, 07:36 PM   #17
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Out of the pipes that you mentioned I have run a JP-2 and a JP-3. The JP-2 worked much better for me. The JP-3 made way too much bottom and kind of restricted the top end. Either of the pipes netted around 9 mins of runtime. If you must buy a pipe get the 2050 for sure. Best combination of power and runtime.
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I have run a jp2,os 2050 and ttr 2035. out of the 3 the powerband feels the best with the 2035! Makes the motor stupid smooth and never feels like it runs out of power.
the jp2 had good power but lacked a little bottom end and runtime
and the os2050 is good just dosent have the top end of the 2035. However, it has the best run time at 11:30 with the 8mm insert.

tommorrow im going to be running a stock vspec with a 6.5 insert and 2035 pipe. I will let you know how it is.
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