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Old 03-26-2009, 07:43 PM   #1
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Default BEST PIPE FOR A O.S. SPEED 08/09 EDITION

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I GET A O.S. Speed .21 VZ-B V-Spec II 08/09 Worlds Edition an I want to know what is the best pipe choice, Carolinas rc recommended:

jammin JP-3 and O.S. 2060.

The price difference between this pipes translete to performace difference?
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Old 03-26-2009, 08:23 PM   #3
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OS 2060
Buggy 2060

Truggy 2050
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Buggy 2060

Truggy 2050
HUH? The 2050 on that motor is a DOG. JP-4. (on the other hand, the 2050 is good on a regular V-SPEC... and so is the JP-4)

Also the 053 pipes are really good on a regular V-SPEC (slightly better than the JP4 actually, I've seen the dyno tests to prove it) but not sure on the speed.
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Old 03-27-2009, 04:19 AM   #5
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2060 and ae2035 , i found the 2050 to be a dog on the speed also
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i run a 2041 and get great mileage
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I've had great results with a speed and a stocker using the 2050 with a smooth flow header and a 5.5mm restrictor, 11mins plus on a tank(losi2.0) with great bottom and good top end
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AE 2035 is good on about anything at a great price.

2060 was made for that motor.

JP-3 good power band but not as good mileage.
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I would go with the OS 2060
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AE 2035 is good on about anything at a great price.

2060 was made for that motor.

JP-3 good power band but not as good mileage.


I ran the JP-3 for a gallon and it did pretty good, did not get the fuel mileage that the 2060 does. IMO the 2060 performs better and gives you great mileage.

Like everybody else says; go with the 2060.
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I like the 2050 overall better, i found tho if you are running on a larger track with smaller jumps and you dont need that low end snap, try running the 2060 U manifold to get a bit smoother power range... but most tracks i run the original 2050 setup with the original manifold
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