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Old 02-27-2009, 11:53 AM   #1
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Im looking at this pipe to start out with and was wondering what the thoughts were on it? Dynamite Platinum MidRange... Im on a bit of a buget for now but as time goes by Ill be able to upgrade..

I'm just starting out and know very little so I thought i would ask. Its going to be partnered with a Go motor for my D8...

Any feedback would be great

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P.S The GO motor is the .21 3 port sport.. Im sure its not the best but better to blow up a 125 dollar motor learning then a 300 dollar Rossi I would think
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086 Dynamite would probably be a good choice for this one. Might want to pose this question over in the Go thread.

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I've heard good things about Go motors. Run it with pride. I know nothing about the Dynamite pipes but based on the quality of their other stuff you're probably good to go. The only decision would be about what kind of track you're running and if you need low-mid-or high end oomf!
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Old 02-27-2009, 11:58 AM   #4
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The Dynomite pipe is fine, Its a .53 pipe I think, Midrange, you might look at a thunder tiger pipe as well.

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This is the Thunder Tiger EFRA 2035 3-Chamber Polished Tuned Pipe with Manifold. This pipe is a long pipe for producing better bottom end torque while still providing excellent top end performance. This package also includes a smooth flow manifold, two manifold gaskets, three small springs to attach the tuned pipe to the manifold and a large spring for attaching the manifold to the exhaust port on your engine.

This pipe is similar to the Novarossi 9853 or the OFNA 053 tuned pipes.
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Old 02-27-2009, 11:59 AM   #5
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Go recommends the Go 2047 http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...ducts_id/23700

The dynamite pipes are great, I have the 086 on my 5 port modded Go, it's a top end pipe, the 053 is a bottom end/mid pipe and is better suited to the 7 port
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I'm racing with the same engine you're running. I was running a JP-3 on it, but my fuel economy sucks, so I'm switching to a Dynamite 007, it's their low end pipe. I'm running a truggy on a short track so I need as much low end as I can get. If you're running a buggy I think the 053 would be the way to go. Another cheap pipe that rips on a Go 3-port for a buggy is the Thunder Tiger 2035. Lastly, club racing with a $99 engine rocks!
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The Dynomite pipe is fine, Its a .53 pipe I think, Midrange, you might look at a thunder tiger pipe as well.

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This is the Thunder Tiger EFRA 2035 3-Chamber Polished Tuned Pipe with Manifold. This pipe is a long pipe for producing better bottom end torque while still providing excellent top end performance. This package also includes a smooth flow manifold, two manifold gaskets, three small springs to attach the tuned pipe to the manifold and a large spring for attaching the manifold to the exhaust port on your engine.

This pipe is similar to the Novarossi 9853 or the OFNA 053 tuned pipes.
Ha.. I didn't see your post until now, I recommended the same pipe, the TT 2053 rips on a Go. I needed more low-end for Truggy, but in buggy I'd definitely run the TT 2053, fuel economy is good too.
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The dynamite pipes are great, very durable and priced right.. I use the 053 on my novarossi engines and like them. I recommend you get the hard coat for even more durability. I have used both the 086 and 053 and like the 053 better. It makes way more torque but with a slight loss of top end. I tried both pipes on a go 5 port turbo, and a nova p-5.
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086 is better pipe for the 3 port than the 053. Either way, the dynamite pipes are fantastic value and built as good if not better than anything out there. The reinforced stingers are nice! I always have the 086 in my bag o tricks. Its a "go to" pipe that will seldom let you down.

These pipes will almost always make better power than the newer 2xxx and 3xxx pipes but the are not legal for sanctioned racing due to noise factor.
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I am running the Dynamite 086 on my V-Spec & my EDO P7-R Evo2 and it works excellent on my D8... i have both engines getting around 8.5 minutes on a tank, with a heavy throttle finger..
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I am running the Dynamite 086 on my V-Spec & my EDO P7-R Evo2 and it works excellent on my D8... i have both engines getting around 8.5 minutes on a tank, with a heavy throttle finger..
Carlos Try the 2050, or the new Losi RE-11 pipes, you will get up to 12 minutes run time with the V-spec
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086 is better pipe for the 3 port than the 053. Either way, the dynamite pipes are fantastic value and built as good if not better than anything out there. The reinforced stingers are nice! I always have the 086 in my bag o tricks. Its a "go to" pipe that will seldom let you down.

These pipes will almost always make better power than the newer 2xxx and 3xxx pipes but the are not legal for sanctioned racing due to noise factor.

I have a question, how would a particular pipe be (better) for a 3 port engine than say a 7 port engine, since the pipe does not know how many ports there are in the engine?
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