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Old 03-30-2009, 05:20 PM   #1
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My friend has a nitro rustler with the stock trx 2.5 engine in it and wants to start and sup ot up. He and I want to know if there is a pipe that will wake that engine up a bit or is the stock the best? Any suggestions would be great!
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Traxxas makes the Resonator tuned pipes just for the Traxxas engines. They make a nice one that fits the Rustler.....
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are they on amain?
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found it but does th jato one fit the rustler?
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It might, but you should really look at the traxxas site for the proper pipes and part numbers.
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