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Old 01-02-2009, 06:57 AM   #1
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Default RB ws7III l2g .... but now...

I want to ask what will be the best pipe for the ws7 l2g.
I run them now with the 3001 exhaust and a 8 mm restricter.
On truggy and buggy.

But ... can I do better with this engine , with an JP4 or an associated pipe ...
And maybe on a buggy another one then de truggy , for more bottom ?

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the RB 2045 is supposed to be made for this engine. for a balance of power and fuel economy but of course others like the JP3. i liked a nova 9853 on this engine also
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also to me a smaller restrictor will give a little better bottom..so try this also
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also to me a smaller insert will give a little better bottom..so try this also
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rb 2045 oir JP 3
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Old 01-02-2009, 11:44 AM   #6
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I will try that with the JP3 and the 4 , I both have them.

But I'm asking myself why the store give me the RB 3001 as pipe and not the 2045....
Maybe someone can tell me what the difference is between those 2.

With the restrictor,I will buy a 7 , and a 9 ... to find out.
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I run an RB-063 with a 98mm header, great combo for the motor [for buggy]
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That's the 1351-198P then I think.
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i run the 2045 in mine and love it
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