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Old 01-08-2008, 04:35 PM   #16
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You guys must have missed that part.
there really shouldnt be a question as a person who already has the pipes can test for themselves and get a real feel for that which they already own i can see questions about making what they have work better but ?'s like these must be from lazy folks lol
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The JP-3 will work just fine.
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I have been running the JP3 and it seams to be the best pipe I have for this mill.
I don't plan on buying other RB's I just happen to get it NIB in trade for some other items. so I will run it for now.
Unless one of you want it? and I will just go out and buy another vspec.
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I have been running the JP3 and it seams to be the best pipe I have for this mill.
I don't plan on buying other RB's I just happen to get it NIB in trade for some other items. so I will run it for now.
Unless one of you want it? and I will just go out and buy another vspec.
you should run what feels best to you. try them out but i will say i see alot of JP-3's on them when not running an rb pipe. again though if you like the power band of the JP-2 and you run betterwith it how can anyone say it is wrong? try them out and see what you like
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i run os with Jp pipes but i see a good amount of guys running rb motors with jp pipes as well i think the jp 3 would work just fine considering its a proven pipe works well on almost all motors and is a good all around pipe (as far as power)
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Red face Answer the question guys.........

For buggy, the JP-3 will have the most bottom torque. If traction gets low try the JP-2. If you want the response any smoother on either of these, run the shorter OS headers in combination with the JP-pipes.

Being an OS guy, you probably know the 2060 will tone down the motor more on the bottom end and let it open up on top. The 2050 will have more low end torque but will not have the top end.

The 2060 will probably most closely mimick the RB 2045 pipe everyone is talking about. It will get you the killer fuel milages as well.

Keep in mind short and long headers make killer tuning options for any pipe.

Depends on traction and your driving style.

This is how they work. And yes, I do have them all.
Hope this helps shed some light.
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