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Old 05-22-2008, 04:50 AM   #1
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Default jammin jpx .21......whats the BEST pipe?

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I really liked a JP1 on it. But the JP4 performs very well on it as well.
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Old 05-22-2008, 06:46 AM   #3
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The cheap 053s made for horizon(dynamite/sportwerks) work really well on the jammin mill. I run a TTR 2039 to choke it down as much as possible in the lowend for a slight trade off of smoother easier to drive power(bottom end just gets me introuble)
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Old 05-22-2008, 07:10 AM   #4
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Ofna 053 pipe. Best pipe for that motor Hands down. Same as the dynamite/werks.
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the 086 is the best pipe...best mix of low and high end..... 053 is okay, but falls off on top compared tot he 086
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JP-1! That engine has plenty of high end, so the JP-1 is a good combo..mine rips!
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Wow so many different pipe preferences !!!!!! just shows how versatile this motor is !!!! JPX .21 ROCKS !!!!!!
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Old 05-22-2008, 10:36 AM   #8
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Trevor , Gary Guest from jammin runs .21 in truggy and buggy with jp4 at least everytime i saw him just some info man later thnx will g
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gary guest is also under contract to use only jammin pipes on his jammin engines in his jammin cars.It might work the best out of the Jammin pipes that he is allowed to run but is not the best.
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IMO the Ofna 053 is the best. Yea, you loose a tiny bit of top end compared to the 086, but IMO what you gain makes for quicker lap times...I also liked the JP2, but not as much as the 053. The JP4 is very smooth, and deceptive, and has a stupid top end, so it is a great choice as well.

Most will pick a pipe based on the track they run at. So that might be the reason for the varied responses...You might want to do the same. Check out the track you're going to be running on, and based on the tracks size and traction, you should be able to better decide what will be best for you...
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Im getting this mill on a trade, what is the best pipe to use with it? I Was thinking jp/3/4 or 086.
It really depends on your track(s).... or rather, where you want the powerband to be. If you're looking for all out speed, go with a pipe tuned for more topend. If you have a small/technical track, a low end or medium range pipe might be what you're after.
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Don't forget the Picco 2046 also a verry good pipe for that engine
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heres a video of one of my modified JPX .21's on a 086 tuned pipe...

http://video.google.ca/videoplay?doc...30492447570837
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im running a jp3 with mine in my buggy it seems to have a very smooth powerband all the way up with this pipe
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heres a video of one of my modified JPX .21's on a 086 tuned pipe...

http://video.google.ca/videoplay?doc...30492447570837
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That thing is smoking down the back straight, it clears jumps with ease, nail it and watch it fly.

Nice work mate, keep up the good work.
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