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Old 05-25-2009, 08:08 PM   #1
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Default Pipe for mu Picco Evo3 .21

I need to know pipe is best suited for Evo3 .21 in my Jammin x1 buggy?
JP-3?
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Dyn. 086?
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Old 05-25-2009, 08:37 PM   #2
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These two pipes will fit that engine nicely. The Picco 21's have the exhaust pointed down a bit. The manifolds included with these two pipes are made to fit those engines.

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...ducts_id/18700

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...ducts_id/18701
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Both those pipe's SUCK WIND on the picco's......the header's may fit nicely but they do not perform very well on them from what ive tested....Granted my motor's aren't stock...but that wont matter in the end.


Gearhead racer....go with the cheeper Dynamite 086 for now and when you got some extra $$ then start investing in different pipe's.....Jp's work..but imo the 086 is that much better.
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Old 05-25-2009, 09:01 PM   #4
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I have Picco 21 EVO2 yes the outlet points down some. You do not need too get any of the manifold above. It's very easy to bend the manifold to fit I did this to my JP3. If you want to get them thats up to you.
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Old 05-26-2009, 03:46 AM   #5
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the 2013 pipe works very well the jp-4 will tame the bottoma bit
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When I ran the Piccos I alternated between the Ofna 053 and the Ofna 086. It's like having two motors with these pipes. The 086 will have a smoother delivery with a little more top end for big/slick tracks. The 053 makes the motor an animal. It still has really good top end with a lot of torque and makes pretty good mileage too. I ran the 053 the most. You can make any header work on the Picco. Just heat the manifold up with a propane or mapp gas torch and twist it with two pairs of vice grips.
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053 or 086 enough said.
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I ran the Drake pipe on the Evo 2 and thought it was awesome. The only downfall was that long stinger was easily bent. Its a perfect fit and the gaskets last a lot longer because of it.
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I found the Picco 069 pipe shown above made so much power it made my buggy hard to drive. The 2046 (the other Drake pipe) made it more controllable. I also ran the TTR/Assoc. 2035 pipe and it was good but not quite as nasty as the 069.
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hum.... I think i mite be getting a 086 Dyn.
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I ran the JP3 for years & loved the power then finnaly went back to a 086(dyn this time) & just deal with the loss of low end.086 feels real slow on the bottom compaired to the JP3 but gets like 1.5-2 min longer run per buggy tank depending on how you like to tune.086 also has better ish top if you have long tracks,I dont.I had to drive differnt but 1 less pit is about worth it & cheap to try,$35 hard coat on sale at B-main.But I assume you listed the pipes because you had them already?I didnt like the JP2 that much,no bottom compared to 3 & no run time compared to 086.
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I have the dyn .086 version just haven't tried it yet. The only reason why I have stuck with JP series pipes because of the stronger stringer
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I have the dyn .086 version just haven't tried it yet. The only reason why I have stuck with JP series pipes because of the stronger stringer
IMO dynamite pipes/stingers are just as strong as the JP ones.
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IMO dynamite pipes/stingers are just as strong as the JP ones.


x2...my dyna 086 is goin on 2 seasons old and my stinger is still intact.
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