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Old 02-22-2009, 12:41 PM   #1
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I have a jp1, a jp2, and a os 2050 pipes, now my question is what pipe should I put on my truggy and what one for the buggy? They both are running V-specs, and will be running on tight to medium sized tracks.
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2050 on the truggy and, JP-1 on buggy. If the JP-1 is too much bottom end for the buggy switch to the JP-2.
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JP-2 for buggy and 2050 for truggy.
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try all possibilities...
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Also think about trying some different pipe/header combos.
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I would like to also try the jp3 but at this time I can't afford to buy one
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JP-2 with the short OS header for buggy and the 2050 with the JP header for Truggy. I have seen alot of guys run this as well as myself and it seems to work very well.
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