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Old 03-18-2009, 03:23 PM   #1
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Which Jammin pipes do you prefer. I have and JP-3 and JP-4 and run on will be running on mid sized tracks. Would I be better off with a JP-2?
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i run JP3 everywhere...

JP2 might take away some of your bottom end
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Which Jammin pipes do you prefer. I have and JP-3 and JP-4 and run on will be running on mid sized tracks. Would I be better off with a JP-2?
All depends on the engine you are using the pipe on. What engine are you using?
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I've seen the 1 and 2 run on various engines....

For the most part, 1 gives crazy bottom end; 2 just swaps ends of the spectrum.

3 gives a great all around feel, gets better mileage and has a strong midrange.

I've run it on an EVO-3 Picco for the most part, but it has a similar feel on most Nova's as well.

If I had to pick one again, I'd def. go with the 3. I wouldn't expect too much for mileage out of any of them if that's your ultimate goal.
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what about the 4?
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what about the 4?
The JP4 has the best fuel mileage of all the JP series pipes. It's the same as the JP3, but with better mid-top end power.
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Yeah Im gonna put my jp4 on my ninja jx and see how it does
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I have a WS7II, S7 and a V-Spec that I will be using the pipes on
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I have a WS7II, S7 and a V-Spec that I will be using the pipes on
JP-1 on the RB's and a JP-3 on the v-spec. The RB's lack low end power so the 1 will help them in that department. And the v-spec runs great on the JP-3. Thats what I run on my v-spec and it runs awesome and gets 10+ minute runtimes in a truggy.
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jp3 best of the jp pipes
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+1 JP3 is all around power and will smooth out your powerband..Fuel milage stinks with all the JP pipes....You should have 4 pipes in your arsenal and you should never need anything else:

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jp3 best on truggy gives alot of bottom end and good mid to top.

if you are running buggy would run jp4 has a little less bottom and alot of mi to top alot

as for vspec when running that you should only use os 2050 pipe if want the full potential of the runtime and smooth power jp3 works with it but in a buggy it has way to much bottom end for a mid sized track will be all over the place out of turns jp4 would be better but os 2050 the best for vspec
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+1 JP3 is all around power and will smooth out your powerband..Fuel milage stinks with all the JP pipes....You should have 4 pipes in your arsenal and you should never need anything else:

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the 086 is nice and i like the 2050 never ran the053
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the 086 is nice and i like the 2050 never ran the053
Gives your top end engines more bottom end power..It's nice! Awesome run times also....
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I have a picco p7r evo 2 what pipe works best on it, at a medium track.?
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