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Old 10-17-2009, 06:09 PM   #1
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Wondering what pipe everyones been using on teh Ninja JX21??? Thanks!! Im running it in a truggy
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os 2060 or the ninja 2042 are the best pipes for this engine
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matt, to save a little penny try the losi re10 or re11 pipe. I have ran them and they work great...
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As cjm said the 2042/2060 is the best, but if your running the mugen car you should deff run the mbx6-80 header.. not only does it make the best power but it also fits the best with the tight bend..
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matt, to save a little penny try the losi re10 or re11 pipe. I have ran them and they work great...
I already have the re10 on my speed and love it..really just tryin to decide between using that or gettin an re11 too...which is better for bottom end?
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I use the RE-11 on mine and love it, in fact I went up one tooth on my pinion to make it more controlable in my buggy.
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I already have the re10 on my speed and love it..really just tryin to decide between using that or gettin an re11 too...which is better for bottom end?
re11 is a 2050 and thats a low to midpipe so it will have more bottom...
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re11 is a 2050 and thats a low to midpipe so it will have more bottom...
RE11 is a mid-range to Top-End pipe. Looking at the box right now.
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os 2060 or the ninja 2042 are the best pipes for this engine
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As cjm said the 2042/2060 is the best, but if your running the mugen car you should deff run the mbx6-80 header.. not only does it make the best power but it also fits the best with the tight bend..
+1 on the 2060/ 2042. They are the same pipe. Joe (jpalessi) hooked me up with a 2042 pipe and L shaped header to run on a speed engine in a truggy and it works the best. I have a 2060/ speed in the buggy and the thing pulls hard no matter what rpm. You can mess with the losi pipes but theres nothing like the original.
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losi re10 i run it great pipe smooth and fast for half the price of the os pipes
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If you can find one try the EB MODS pipe. I have one on both of my Ninjas in my 6 and 6T. Great power.
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JP-6 + PTM ninja 6mm venturi = more than enough power and 12+minute runtime

and jammin coated pispes are so easy to clean.

need to try JP-4 next year.
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Has anyone ever tried a RB 2045 or a 086 pipe
on the JX ?
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JP-6 + PTM ninja 6mm venturi = more than enough power and 12+minute runtime

and jammin coated pispes are so easy to clean.

need to try JP-4 next year.
I have been very turned off by the JP series pipes. I have tried the JP1,2,3, and 6. (luckily the only one i bought was the jp3 the rest where loaners) None had the run time or power of my 2050 or RE-10

Those where between my v-spec and speed
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I prefer the os 2050 with the L header for low end. And also have heard the the losi pipe is very similar
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