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Old 01-06-2009, 11:31 PM   #1
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Default What pipe (EFRA) for V-spec?

What pipe for a stock O.S. V-Spec (blue head) especially for track with 2 long straights - about 140 ft:

- Jammin JP-6
- EB Mods 2041

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Here is the link to EFRA 2009 approved muffler list:

http://www.efra.ws/news/download/muf...cember21st.pdf

Can somebody suggest me some good pipe for V-Spec!?
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I would try that 2041. supposed to be one of the best for the v-spec. But if you are looking for something else I would get the os 2060(efra 2042). Thats also supposed to be one of the best and very smooth.
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if you do a search, there are at least 2 threads in the first 3 or 4 pages that goes over a bunch of pipe's for the v-spec.. basically a lot is preference..
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Just use the ninja jx pipe found here

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...ducts_id/25438

On that list it's the O.S 2042 pipe.
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Which pipe do you use for a vspec? click on this link...this thread has great info for you.......
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Which pipe do you use for a vspec? click on this link...this thread has great info for you.......
I've looked through those posts, but they are all talking about modded V-Spec.

What about JP-6 pipe, any reviews?

Thanks to all.
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good news that 2xxx series pipes are there. I can keep 2045 for my RB and no one cares about truggy pipes (truggy is not EFRA category) so i can stick to JP-3 for my OS.

For EFRA pipe i would get OS2060 or EB2041 as cheaper alternative
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Hi, I come comefrom Norway and have similar tracks as the european style tracks.

As of the new EFRA list that has come out, someof the 20.. series pipes will still be leagal for 2009. the 20.. series pipes runs better than the 30.. series pipes.

I would advice the Crono 2032 on the V-spec. I have used that for three years. We have ran the Mielke 2011 and 2041 pipes, the OS EFRA 2042 Pipe. The best one is the Crono 2032 pipe. Better topend than 2042 and a little softer on bottom end with medium header. If you use the long header it has smoother but stronger bottom end than 2042 from OS and same topend. The TENAX pipes from Crono are bulletproof. I have ran same pipe all year and that is the first time in 5 years since i droped the 9853 from Novarossi.

Here is the Preliminary list from EFRA. It is not under the homologation category but in a link underthe news section

http://www.efra.ws/news/download/muf...cember21st.pdf
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for the money i would go with the TTR PIPES or AE PIPE
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I've looked through those posts, but they are all talking about modded V-Spec.

What about JP-6 pipe, any reviews?

Thanks to all.
the original thread starter asked about a Modded engine. But the detailed post by tex says vspec, not a modded vspec.. and has good information
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Hi, I come comefrom Norway and have similar tracks as the european style tracks.

As of the new EFRA list that has come out, someof the 20.. series pipes will still be leagal for 2009. the 20.. series pipes runs better than the 30.. series pipes.

I would advice the Crono 2032 on the V-spec. I have used that for three years. We have ran the Mielke 2011 and 2041 pipes, the OS EFRA 2042 Pipe. The best one is the Crono 2032 pipe. Better topend than 2042 and a little softer on bottom end with medium header. If you use the long header it has smoother but stronger bottom end than 2042 from OS and same topend. The TENAX pipes from Crono are bulletproof. I have ran same pipe all year and that is the first time in 5 years since i droped the 9853 from Novarossi.

Here is the Preliminary list from EFRA. It is not under the homologation category but in a link underthe news section

http://www.efra.ws/news/download/muf...cember21st.pdf
This is the same pipe, only from Edit company:

http://www.rc-edit.com/piw.php?partN...refix=&lang=fr

Am I right?
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This is the same pipe, only from Edit company:

http://www.rc-edit.com/piw.php?partN...refix=&lang=fr

Am I right?
if the pipe has the same registration # then it is the same pipe just produced for a different company, to have the same # the pipe has to be made to the same specs or it has to be resubmitted for approval and given a different #
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I would advice the Crono 2032 on the V-spec. I have used that for three years. We have ran the Mielke 2011 and 2041 pipes, the OS EFRA 2042 Pipe. The best one is the Crono 2032 pipe. Better topend than 2042 and a little softer on bottom end with medium header. If you use the long header it has smoother but stronger bottom end than 2042 from OS and same topend. The TENAX pipes from Crono are bulletproof. I have ran same pipe all year and that is the first time in 5 years since i droped the 9853 from Novarossi.
According to this advice:
- long manifold improves bottom-end punch
- medium manifold improves mid-range speed
- short manifold improves top-end speed
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