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Old 07-09-2008, 08:33 AM   #16
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Ran my V2 with a JP-2 and I think I have the 7.5 restrictor in it and can go 8:45 on it. I have a heavy throttle finger also. It is my back up motor now and wouldn't hesitate to throw it back in the buggy if I needed to.
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CJMay13 Ran my V2 with a JP-2 and I think I have the 7.5 restrictor in it and can go 8:45 on it. I have a heavy throttle finger also. It is my back up motor now and wouldn't hesitate to throw it back in the buggy if I needed to.
CJMay13 - What was the temp of the engine after that "8:45 " min run........????

Also what glow plug was in the engine at the time?! I believe the Racers Edge Platinum/Iridium Sure Fire #5 Cold Glow Plug is what comes in the engine brand new from Sportwerks, thats what I've always used. AND (LOL) Can you just check to make sure what carb insert is definitely in it, 7.5 -OR- 6.5...???

Not to be a pain in the A@@ But just trying to lower the temp & get more run time out of mine. Thanks!

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What JP-Pipe is the best pipe for the Sportwerks .21 V2


JP-1 tuned pipe is designed to give excellent bottom end performance without sacraficing too much top end performance. This pipe is awesome for motors that do not have a lot of bottom end, such as the RB Concepts WS7 and WS7II and the Werks Collari 7 port.

JP-2 tuned pipe is designed to give more top end performance than the JP-1 pipe, so is good for motors that already have a lot of bottom end grunt and for racing on larger tracks.

JP-3 tuned pipe is a 3-chamber design with all round performance, very similar to both the JP-1 & JP-2 pipes combined.

JP-4 tuned pipe is designed specifically for 1/8 off-road racing and it’s designed to improve mid-range to top-end speed without sacrificing bottom-end punch.


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It was a year ago, but I'm pretty sure it was in the low to mid 240s. I remember in my 2nd qualifier that it started acting real funny about half way through the run and when the qualifier was done it was 275 or 280. Fattened it up and ran flawless in the 3rd qual and 15 min main. I use the MC59 plug and was running sidewinder 30% at the time.
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Old 07-09-2008, 02:56 PM   #20
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The Dynamite 053 is the best all around pipe I have used on any of my .21 Dyn or V2's.
I found the #5 dyn plug to work best.
The engine likes the 250-260 temp range, I run all mine at or around that temp.
The XP carb won't fit in the older blocks, it has an insulator so its a tad bigger.
7.5 insert is a good starting point.
The XP is a 7 port, the ports are matched better to the block and they are larger to flow better.

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I would go with the JP-2
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Thanks easyryder! I'm going to see if I can find a Dynamite 21XP Carb to see what it dose..... Will the Dynamite .28 carb fit & work as well in the Sportwerks .21 V2?!?!?!
Pretty sure that carb will fit , pipes that are decent , jp-3, thunder tiger 2035 o53 , any mid ranger works great , Jp - 3 has a nice nasty note to it
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I put the 7.5 restricter in and threw on a JP-2...
I will test that this weekend....
I also have a TT 2035 to try as well...

Anybody have a clue as to what the Dynamite 007HT pipe would be good for?
To run it with, or sell it?
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007 is a bottom (torque) pipe.
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Sirio 2013 was the best pipe I ran with mine.
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007 is a bottom (torque) pipe.
So pretty much worthless to me at this time...
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So pretty much worthless to me at this time...
Did ya try that pipe?! (Dynamite 007HT )????
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Not yet, just swapped it out for a JP-2 but someday I might try it on sumthin...
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Not yet, just swapped it out for a JP-2 but someday I might try it on sumthin...
Damn! I would love to here some feed back on that one........
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I put the 7.5 restricter in and threw on a JP-2...
I will test that this weekend....
I also have a TT 2035 to try as well...

Anybody have a clue as to what the Dynamite 007HT pipe would be good for?
To run it with, or sell it?
Any news? I just picked up the V2 and the JP-2 but I'm always curious to see what others have found to work best.

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