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Old 11-30-2008, 01:50 PM   #1
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Is the manifold on the jp-3 the same as the jp-4? my jp-3 pipe has a hair line crack in it and i wanted to use the manifold off the 4 thanks.
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Old 11-30-2008, 02:09 PM   #2
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I dont use the 4 yet but the header on the 1,2,3 are the same & I do have a few friends that run the 4 & I dont recall thinking it looked different. If you have both already why not just hold them next to each other?
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i did they look the same but my buddy swears there dif.
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why dont you just try it? you might stumble onto something that rips?
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I belive they are the same I ran the 1 and 3 but to tell you the truth since I have been turned on to the Dynamite pipes I find I have much more power through the band on a few different mills the JP pipes are alittle too restrictive for me but that being said I never ran the 4 and hear great things about it.
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The manifolds are the same.

I've run the JP3 and observed the 1, 2 and 4 run.

FWIW the 4 runs a lot like the three, just a bit smoother overall. The JP4 is also a three chamber unit.
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I have been told the 4 has the about the same powerband as the 3 but better fuel mileage.
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