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Old 11-05-2008, 03:51 PM   #16
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Hows that os pipe i have a rd lodgics is the os a better pipe?
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Has anyone tried a JP4 in this engine and if so can you share your thoughts on this combo? Runtime, power band, etc?
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Old 11-06-2008, 10:52 AM   #18
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Any suggestions for whats a good pipe for the ninja jx?
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Old 11-06-2008, 11:05 AM   #19
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the os 2060, associated thundertiger 2035 are both good pipes on this engine
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Old 11-06-2008, 12:04 PM   #20
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Has anyone tried a JP4 in this engine and if so can you share your thoughts on this combo? Runtime, power band, etc?
The Jp4 is a little mellow on bottom campared to the JP3, the mid pull is harder but drops off compared to the 3, the 2060, or mugen pipe being the same, have a good hard pull and lots of top, and runtimes over the JP, the 2050 is nice on the JX in truggy if you like lots of bottom.
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Old 11-06-2008, 12:35 PM   #21
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I have a dynamite 053 on my 8t. It's good everywhere good bottom, mid, and crazy top.
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Old 11-06-2008, 03:05 PM   #22
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There is nothing wrong with either of those fuels. However most .21 engines seem to run a little better on 30% nitro.

I have the JX and think its one of the best engines Ive owned. I use a P3 plug and OS 2060 pipe.
I also run a 2060 pipe....but I'm running a Speed right now. I wanted to switch but I heard you needed the Ninja pipe to make the most out of the JX.

What kind of milage are you getting and at what temps? The track I run at
has some tight stuff but has a really long straight also.

Are you happy with the power low/high of the JX with the 2060?
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Old 11-06-2008, 03:13 PM   #23
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I also run a 2060 pipe....but I'm running a Speed right now. I wanted to switch but I heard you needed the Ninja pipe to make the most out of the JX.

What kind of milage are you getting and at what temps? The track I run at
has some tight stuff but has a really long straight also.

Are you happy with the power low/high of the JX with the 2060?

Bogi, the mugen pipe is a 2060, it will have great bottom and plenty of top, being the 2060 is a topend pipe you will have no worries there, you can also run the 2050, and not lose much top. The JX is pretty pipe friendly.
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Old 11-06-2008, 03:24 PM   #24
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Thats good to know. What about the header? I was also told that you needed to have that "L'" header to maximize power.
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Thats good to know. What about the header? I was also told that you needed to have that "L'" header to maximize power.
The header with 2 angles or bent header will improve bottom responce, headers like the Dyn, or JP will offer smoother feel and more top. The I have used so many different header for fine tunning, and found a round long header produces a more noticable difference than a bent header, they really with bottom, the JX is strong with alot of pipes, JP3, 2060,2050,1005 i meant to ask are you running buggy or truggy, I like the 2060 for both, drivtrains are so light in cars now, a huge amount of bottom is becoming more of a hassle.
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The round header fits the 2050 or 2060 (mugen JX pipe) pipes fine. I found the TTR2035 it a tight fit because the end of the pipe sticks out past the mudguard in the front with the shortest round header I can find in my box. You would have to cut the front mudguard and body like its shown in the manual, something I don't want to do.
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The header with 2 angles or bent header will improve bottom responce, headers like the Dyn, or JP will offer smoother feel and more top. The I have used so many different header for fine tunning, and found a round long header produces a more noticable difference than a bent header, they really with bottom, the JX is strong with alot of pipes, JP3, 2060,2050,1005 i meant to ask are you running buggy or truggy, I like the 2060 for both, drivtrains are so light in cars now, a huge amount of bottom is becoming more of a hassle.
I'm running buggy (MP9). So the 2060 pipe and header should be ok with the JX huh?
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Being that the O.S. 2060 = Ninja 2042, yes the 2060 will be excellent with the JX21.
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2060/mugen is the prefered pipe, i like the bottom feel and the pipe compliments the top end very well.
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I run mine with the L header on the 2042/2060.
power everywhere & better fuel mileage.
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