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Old 11-24-2009, 10:59 AM   #1
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Any of you guys using this pipe? What on? and how do you like it?
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i have used it on vspec, speeds,ninja jx, and go ebm5, it worked well on every engine i put it on, gives good all around power and pretty good fuel economy on most of the engines i tried it on
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I have run it on Orion Crf's, US specs and OS Speeds and it is a great all around pipe it is quickly becoming my favorite.
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I love my 2035TT pipe. I use mine on a Murnan Modified RB B9 and get roughly 12:30 a tank in my Xray.

Great pipe, not that loud, smooth powerband and cheap!
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Im running it on a werks b5. Seems to be a good pipe. I also have the tuned pipe that came with my losi 454, any Idea how that would work on the b5?
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only pipe I run anymore..buggy/truggy dont matter vspec,rb anything and everything, I have jp-3,jp-4,053...they all sit in my pit bag hanvent touched them in at least 2 years...
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Ran one this season with an RB WS7 L2G. It's a poor man's 2045. Great power, good fuel economy.
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I've been running it on a RB WS7 and a GO 7 Port. Great pipe, fuel economy is ok, and it's cheap, but it's thin, too. Maybe not as "dent-proof" as some others. The cheapest one is the Thunder Tiger brand, at least in my area.

"poor man's 2045" is a nice comparison!
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Are the 2035 and 2045 very similar in performance and milage? I run the RB 2045 on my RB H9, and get around 8-9 min with good all around power. Would the 2035 increase runtime?
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What is the actual difference between this and the 2013?
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Very different, they don't even look similar side by side. 2013 is known to be a "power pipe", guys that tried it on V-specs took it off because it made them too violent (Runs great on anything made at Star motors, Sirio, Orion CRF, Werks, Trinity EXTech). The 2035 is usually smooth on most engines.
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