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Old 01-08-2009, 04:31 PM   #46
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Hey I just got an Jammin x2 truggy and can't wait to check out barnstomers. Can somebody tell me what would be best for that track a .21 or a .28

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Hey I just got an Jammin x2 truggy and can't wait to check out barnstomers. Can somebody tell me what would be best for that track a .21 or a .28

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Hi George,
I'm a local to barnstormers, and most of us run .21's.. There are a few guys that prefer a lager bore engine in Truggy, but i don't think it's any faster.. In fact the last BB engine i ran in my truck, i took out cause i was faster with a .21. I think you'll really like the barn! There is always a great group of guys, and almost all are willing to give a helping hand. If you need any help, or info about the barn please don't hesitate to ask.
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Thanks. Joe So a good .21 would be fine. I have a Jammin JPX .21 with a JP-2 I also have a JP-6 and a JP-1 pipe.at that track what pipe would be best for that track. Torq. Or top end

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Thanks. Joe So a good .21 would be fine. I have a Jammin JPX .21 with a JP-2 I also have a JP-6 and a JP-1 pipe.at that track what pipe would be best for that track. Torq. Or top end

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With that JPX engine, i would run a top-end pipe, as that engine already has a ton of bottom.. When i ran the jpx, i used a NR 086, and it was dialed.
if you had to pick from those JP pipes i'd say the JP-2.. The JP-1 would be to much bottom.. Not sure about the JP-6 never ran one. Good Luck!
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So i will be taking all 3 pipes to the track then.. Thanks again


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