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Old 12-16-2007, 08:54 PM   #1
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I know alot of people really like the Picco 069 pipe but it isn't avalible anylonger. Anyone know what pipes are close in design.
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The Trinity Drake pipe is the 3 chamber version of the 069

http://www.bmainhobbies.com/product_...oducts_id=4318

This is what I run on my Picco P7R Evo 2 its a perfect fit and runs great.
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I know alot of people really like the Picco 069 pipe but it isn't avalible anylonger. Anyone know what pipes are close in design.
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Dont waste money on the Picco 069..it seriously restricts the engines output and RPM range.... the other Picco pipe is even worse............ the TTR 2035 works much better so does a 086 and 053......
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Thanks for the input. I have been thinking about running the new Associated pipe which is the same as the TTR 2035.
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Thanks for the input. I have been thinking about running the new Associated pipe which is the same as the TTR 2035.
with the TTR 2035 the motr will really respond well to header length...short header for broad powerband and killer top end...long header for amazing low end power at a loss of top end power...
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Since there's talk about the TTTR 2035, has anyone used the TTR 2039?
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