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Old 11-21-2008, 01:37 AM   #1
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Can someone recommend a good pipe for Novarossi P5?

I have nova 086 and 053 and JP3 pipe and OS T2050.

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I run the Nova 9886 on my P5XS with the short header.
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I run the same as above, but ive been told a 9901 and 1005 are good choices. Whats wrong with the 086 or 053? Ive been using the 9853 with great results, and sure beats the JP3 I was using before.
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I've had good results using a JP-2 on that engine. I also tried a RB 086 and it seemed to be a tad bit smoother than the JP-2.
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believe it or not the os 2050 runs excellent on this motor as well
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so as decent as JP3 pipe is, novarossi engine still like novarossi pipes better?

do you guys use the round header or the old angle bent header?
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9886 or 086.
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I have found that using a pipe designed for that motor yields the best results. I run the 9853 and it rocks on my P5. I have a Sirio Evo III that has a 2013 and it rocks. A friend rolls an RB with an RB pipe and its crazy fast.
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