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Old 05-16-2010, 06:15 PM   #271
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Maybe I need to try the RE10. Not getting good mileage from the JP4.
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Maybe I need to try the RE10. Not getting good mileage from the JP4.
no regrets here with the RE10 Pipe.
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I tried both the Ofna 086 and the JP3 pipe and could not get over 7 mins, they are both gas hogs IMO. I switched to the RE10 pipe from Losi and it really woke the engine ten fold and I can get 11 mins easy. I have 7 gals on mine and still going very strong. No re pinch yet.
agreed. i use the 086 pipe with mine and can only get a little over 8 driving it throttle conservative, and i tried a re11, didnt time it, but i know it lasted longer on a tank of fuel than the 086
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Old 05-16-2010, 06:35 PM   #274
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RE11 and 10 are both great combination on this engine.
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I tried both the Ofna 086 and the JP3 pipe and could not get over 7 mins, they are both gas hogs IMO. I switched to the RE10 pipe from Losi and it really woke the engine ten fold and I can get 11 mins easy. I have 7 gals on mine and still going very strong. No re pinch yet.
I am really surprised that your not getting good run time from the 086. After a 5 minute qualifier my fuel is to the seam of the tank. I run it hard with no regard to fuel economy and have the stock restrictor.

However, I will give the RE10 a try and see if it works better for me.

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Old 05-17-2010, 03:55 AM   #276
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I think the RE10 works on about everything. Very versatile pipe from what
I have seen. The RE11 seems a little restrictive to me but that's my opinion.
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I think the RE10 works on about everything. Very versatile pipe from what
I have seen. The RE11 seems a little restrictive to me but that's my opinion.
Restrictive, yes.

The RE10 is perfect IMO on this mill. I was running out of steam on the straight with the 086 and JP3 before, with the RE10 it really hits a new high on the straight, and it gets me longer runs. 10 min quals are not a problem.
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Has anyone else tried their JPX on the RE10? Mine is still going very strong.
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Anyone know what kind of restrictors fit on the Jammin? I searched Amain but didn't see any restrictors specific for Jammin.
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is there a different carb that will work on the jammin engine
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Anyone know what kind of restrictors fit on the Jammin? I searched Amain but didn't see any restrictors specific for Jammin.
I have a 7mm aluminum one. I just through out the original tags. I believe it came from ofna if that helps
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I have a 7mm aluminum one. I just through out the original tags. I believe it came from ofna if that helps
I will look into it.

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The Jammin is a Picco engine. Ofna sells Picco restrictors down to 7mm.
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it comes with a 7mm doesn't it?
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On nitro house it says the 51013. Replaces 51006
So this is the new "right" plug for the jpx .21?

http://www.nitrohouse.com/catalog/pr...ducts_id=22354

It's only $6 at nitrohouse?
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