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Old 04-28-2008, 04:10 PM   #16
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amain has the EB mods pipe on sale for 66$ right now! i ran the pipe this weekend and was blown away. smooth tons of power and pulls from bottom to top. Also was getting run times similar to a 2050. About 10:45 in truggy.
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Old 05-02-2008, 03:16 PM   #17
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well just messing around i leaned it out a little on the low end the temp
to around 235 240 and i got an average of 9 1/2 min of run time the idle is still a little low
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Old 05-03-2008, 12:17 AM   #18
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any one try os v spec with the rb 192p manifold and tune pipe 2045 pipe ?
is it workable for os v spec ? cheers
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Old 05-03-2008, 12:40 AM   #19
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another pipe that I dont think has been mentioned yet is the AE pipe. With the vspec here in the midwest and decent tune you can run very very close to 10 minutes with very good power. and cheap as well
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i just got the speed and i'm trying the jp4 ive only got like a half gallon on it but it rips.. ive been getting about 6 1/2 min with 220 temps... has the most wild idle and can hear it all the way through the in feild... next week ill put in the 7 mm insert and get some temps a little higher... and will let you know about run time
which is why you need to run a 2060. your speed should be running under 210 with at least 9 minutes of run time. you should also stick with the 8mm insert.
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Be careful with your speed my friend.
they are a bit fussy. I agree with sick boy
I have a 2060 and the 8mm carb on my 8ight buggy.
the mill runs in the temp of 190-220 all the time with a small amount of smoke at idle and in the end of the midrange. very top end is a bit lean but the speed seams to like it.
and it just rips. the power band is soooo buttery smooth
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there is nothing wrong with the jp4 pipe on a speed. His runtime is like that cause it is still breaking in. Let him get at least a gallon threw it and things will change.

also, dont worry about temp. if it sounds good and is blowing smoke run it.
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well, there is nothing wrong with a toyota either, but a porshe is better. you can run your speed over 220 if you want, but throw a back up in the pit bag. if a speed is over 220, you are out of tune. i always tune by smoke and sound also, but i also check temps to be on the safe side.
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Of course these are pipe test on a my modified Vspec but it will give u an idea of power output and most importantly powerband of each pipeset. As far as runtime on my modified Vspecs and the 1005 pipe my drivers are reporting back an average of 11min per tank in buggy.



Here is the same engine on a 2060 pipe.
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I personally like my EB modded pipe coupled to my V-spec, awesome combo
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I agree.. The OS 2050 and 2060 are great pipes to run but BIG bang for the buck is the Thunder Tiger 2035 (which is the same pipe as the "associated pro" pipe ) they both are 2035's... The 2035 will get you hella run time, but you will get that with the 2050 and 2060, but with the 2035 at a much cheaper price ($45 at amain)
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