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Old 01-20-2008, 08:21 PM   #1
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Default Axe Rossi Cobra Evolution X1

Just looking for someone that runs this engine and their exp. with it.

Looking for tuned pipe help mainly I would like to run a JP pipe, but if runs better with another brand I would like to know?

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OS Speed versus Axe Cobra X1 evo

It is a very good engine. It has more bottom and mid than regular Cobra with same high end speed. I'm leaning more towards the 9886 or 9853 pipes than the Axe 2050. The 2050 is a 3 chamber, while the 86/53 are 2 chamber and seem to give more power.
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