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Old 05-10-2009, 03:03 PM   #1
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Got my sirio s21 evo3 sti broke in this week and took it yesterday to race. Well needless to say it was my first time on this track and shouldve known that there'd be no long straight aways. Seems like every track I run on is short with maybe a straight away of 50ft before you have to get out of it. So needless to say the ofna 086 was way off for this track, the only other pipe I had with me was a ofna jp-2 so it wouldve done no good either. What would be a good pipe for this engine on a short track with a lot of jumps. I was personally thinking the dynamite 053, never used a dynamite pipe but they seem to be more in my price range having just bought the hb d8 and the sirio in the past week. But I'm open to all suggestions!
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2013 mucho power or 2057-softer bottom pulls to the moon
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Old 05-10-2009, 03:22 PM   #3
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Excuse my ignorance, been in the nitro game for 2 months now, but those are both OS pipes correct? Is there by chance a cheaper equivalent to them or do you know of a place with a good price on them?
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+1000000000000000000000 on Vince's suggestions. No, those are not OS pipes. Werks, Sirio, and Trinity all offer these pipes. You could also try the "bat" pipe...ie, 2056, also offered by Sirio and Trinity. It would likely be a good compromise between the 13 and 57.
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Well I found the werks 2013 at amain but they're on back order. Any ideas where to find it at?
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Not sure, there's many online shops to choose. However, AMain does have the Trinity version in stock.

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...ducts_id/25460
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2013 sirio ,werk, trinity pipe all the way.I feel the best all round pipe.The only thing sucks it is very thin pipe dents easy. Gives sirio based engines that pop on low end without giving up much top end
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That sounds like what I need, I found the sirio 2013 and it shows it to be an on road pipe? Is that correct? Just wanted to make sure before I bought.
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Hello?? Where did all my help go?? LOL either way thanks for the help!! But if someone can tell me if the sirio 2013 is an on road pipe then that'd be great. Every listing I find for it shows it to be an on road pipe
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you dont want on-road version......get the Trinity Extech 2013 pipe @ amain..its cheaper than the Sirio I think.
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Dont get the on road one because I think it has a on road type exhaust manifold. Like the post before the trinity 2013 pipe is the one to get.I have a werk b7 sirio based motor had a jp-3 pipe.then install the 2013 pipe . Night and day more low end than the jp-3 and better run time(jp-3 is a fuel pig)plus it has a cool sound to other pipes
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