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Old 11-14-2007, 09:12 PM   #1
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Hi,

Can someone tell me how the following pipes work with the OS Vspec engine?

I have 2050, Jp2 and Jp3, nova 9853, and nova 9886,

I have been out of buggy for a while. Thanks.
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MSR 1005 Best pipe going
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For your V-Spec, the 2050 will give you the best power overall and the best fuel economy. The JP-3 will also give you good power, but you'll lose some fuel mileage (roughly 30 seconds to a minute)
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For your V-Spec, the 2050 will give you the best power overall and the best fuel economy. The JP-3 will also give you good power, but you'll lose some fuel mileage (roughly 30 seconds to a minute)

I agree plus the 2050 will make it so much easier to tune....I would go with the 2050 no questions asked.....Its made by OS strictly for the V spec line of pipes engines
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OS 2050 the only great pipe for the vspec...the JP3 will also work just not as good as the 2050...
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TTR 2035 long pipeset....just ask Tebo, Saxton, and Maifield
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#1 OS 2050
#2 JP-3
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Eb mods is also coming out with pipes for the vspec and other engines.
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Thanks guys. I will put on the 2050 first.

Engine always runs good with the pipe made by the engine maker. The only draw back is their pipe is usually $$$$$.

I run my tz 12 with the os 2040 pipe, the engine screams and I can make 5 minutes on road 1/10 sedan.
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For your V-Spec, the 2050 will give you the best power overall and the best fuel economy. The JP-3 will also give you good power, but you'll lose some fuel mileage (roughly 30 seconds to a minute)
+1 here
I have the JP1, JP2, JP3, 2050 and 2060
for buggy I like the 2050
the jp3 has a higher peak hp hit but the 2050 is smoother and seams to loose traction less than the jp3.
JP3 uses more fuel also.
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The 2035 pipe is awesome on the V-Spec.
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#1 OS 2050. Best all around performance. (Power top & bottom, Smoothness & Mileage)

#2 JP3. Great top but with a little less Mileage then the 2050

#3 JP4. Great top, a little less bottom then the JP3, A little quieter & Best built (Like a Tank)
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mine ran the best with a jp3. 2050 was good but to thou. For the money I would get the ttr 2035. Heard its awesome with the vspec and you can get it under 50.00
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what about the 2060 OS pipe? ive just ordered mine, for obvious reason being that its made for the engine and give the best out of the v-spec.

havent had a chance to try it yet, what have you guys experienced with it, those who have tried it?
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All the Vspec guys here run the JP3.
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