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Old 08-26-2008, 01:47 PM   #1
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Runnin' SPEED .21- I am using a EBMODS tuned pipe and header for the V-Spec.... Just purchased a Speed 2060 pipe.....Would i see better gaines using the 2060 over the EBMOPDS?


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If you just purchased it, then I guess you'll be in a better position to tell us if it's better when you install it
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i am running the 2060 at the moment, havent tried the ebmod pipe have been thinking about buying one, i have tried the associated 2035 and it works good also, the 2060 was designed mostly for the speed, but i would imagine any pipe that a vspec likes, the speed will like, if you ever need engine parts check me out on ebay my name on there is cjm-recycling i sell parts and complete engines
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Quick OS Speed pipe question...?

I just picked up an OS 2060 pipe, should I be expecting more run time? I was running the JP-3, it seemed to have tons of bottom at 215 degrees. Will the 2060 have a lack of bottom? If this isn't the right pipe, I'll take it back and get what you guys recommend. I do run on a huge track with one long straightaway and one medium straight.

What do you guys recommend?
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i was told the 2060 was more of a top end pipe, it has a good amount of bottom end and goot top end, the only downfall to that pipe so far is the price, they are upto 169.95 for the welded nipple version with the manifold, the associated pipe you can pick up for around 50.00 with the manifold and have similar performance and a little better fuel economy
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I got a 2060 and speed combo. So far the combo provides what i want. You would see reduction of bottom end for this pipe which smoothens the power band of an already smooth speed.
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