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Old 09-01-2008, 04:00 PM   #1
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Does anyone have or is there somewhere a pipe chart? I would like to find something that gives the pipe, weather it is low, med, or high end help and who makes it......


Anybody know of anything?


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Old 09-01-2008, 05:54 PM   #2
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jammin makes good pipes all around..most popular are the jp-3 and jp-4..the jp-3 is more of a low end mid rang and the jp-4 is more of a mid range high end pipe and then there is also a jp-1 jp-2 and i belive a jp-5 now
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Old 09-01-2008, 06:01 PM   #3
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Ego,

Thanks for the input but I was hoping to find a chart with all of the major manufactures on it will there strengths.....

Thanks thought for the JP info.....

Maybe I need to do one.... or better yet get one of the major mags to do one...

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hey i have a os .21 vzb and i run on probably run on 5 different tracks from huge to medium sive what would be the best jp pipe to run
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BSR i've been told JP4 is the best all round pipe with good med - top end that doesn't sacrifice bottomend.

i think jp5 is for onroad.
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i think the jp5 is used on the crt.5
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ya the jp5 is for the crt.5 alright i thik i might get the 4, but isnt the price kinda up there
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The JP series of pipes are kinda pricey but compare them to the RB and Novarossi pipes!

The JP-4 is a great performer!
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i think most engine manufactures will specify the best pipe for there motor you might save yourself a lot of money ,time, and tuning issues by checking with the manufacturer first,
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OFNA used to do this, but it was only for their pipes and its been a while since I've seen it. It was usually in a 2 page advertising spread. It's odd though that for something that has such impact on engine performance, comparisons are hard to come by.
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ive always heard the jp-3 is the best all around pipe but it also depends on the type of motor..if you motor has a lot of bottom end then a jp-4 would prob work if your motor is more top end then a jp-3 would prob be the best..it all just depends on your motor
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i found that on the motors i have run with the jp3 &4 i have had to run the bottom a lot leaner than i like to stop them from loading up, esp with the 3
it hasen't seemed to be as bad when the motors are fresh but when they get a few litres on them i start to get the problem . but a lot of people seem to like them,maybe its just me but i dont seem to get the same prob with te other pipes i ave run
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