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Old 01-28-2008, 02:21 AM   #1
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Default OS 2050 or OS 2060

which one perfoms the best out of them?

Im going to run either one of these two pipes with a OS 21 VZB VSPEC engine?
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Neither is better. The 2050 is a lower powerband output and the 2060 has higher powerband output so chose the one you need. Short track 2050, big track, 2060.
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2050 love my on my motor
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2050 will give better fuel mileage..
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That totally depends on the track you run on. If you are on a short track stuggling to make low end torque power, then yes, the 2050 will give you better milage.
However, if you are on a big track struggling to make RPM and speed power then the 2060 will make better milage. The 2050 will top out and run your tank dry.
Both are must haves for running OS engines at the race level.
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but if you had to pick one...

i'd pick 2050..you?
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MSR 1005 rocks on the V-Spec !!!!
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That totally depends on the track you run on. If you are on a short track stuggling to make low end torque power, then yes, the 2050 will give you better milage.
However, if you are on a big track struggling to make RPM and speed power then the 2060 will make better milage. The 2050 will top out and run your tank dry.
Both are must haves for running OS engines at the race level.
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For my local track we run the 2050 because it is 140 x 85 with no real straight away.
Now at the Farm we run the 2060. It is 220 x 130 and has all kinds of space to run.
It just depends.
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Vpsec standard.. use the 2050 (buggy or truggy) unless the track is large and high speed, the Thunder tiger 2035 works well on these engines as well (in a buggy).

with the OS SPEED use the 2060, it compliments the higher RPMs (with lots of power up there) and makes good power while keeping decent fuel mileage.
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i'v got a losi sport pipe on it now. What's that pipe like
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The Losi sport pipes are all low end torque. The ones with the large nose will make torque without RPM. Not very good on medium to large tracks on any 21 engine. They will sure wake up a big block though.
In normal pipes think .063 Nova/RB/OFNA and you would be about right.
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