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Old 09-24-2008, 06:01 AM   #1
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Default what pipe for Indoor with Hyper 21

I am looking for info on what pipe to use. I have raced electrics a few years back and have been a nitro basher for a few years. I have a Hyper 7 that I have used for bashing and have really had fun with it. A local track runs Nitro indoors and runs what looks to be a pretty good 1/8 buggy offroad group. I want to race so I bought a used MBX5 from one of the forum members and I have two ofna Hyper 21 sport motors(not the 8 ports). I know they are down on power, but this indoor track is small and I think will be more about driving than power. Can anyone suggest what pipe would work well for this set? I was thinking about a jammin jp-1 or a dynamite 007, something which will boost the torgue. I am also thinking about using a 13 tooth clutch bell as top end speed won't be near as critical as the low end torque. Any suggestions?
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Old 10-07-2008, 07:30 PM   #2
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I ve seen both pipes work very well. I run the jp1 with 13 on werks b7 it winds out fine on med outside track as well as inside high bite tech track.
I like the new oo7 pipe seems to have more mid to top. I saw the new dinamite 9port with it was impressive for the money they are turning out some nice stuff for 1/8 scale.
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