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Old 12-04-2009, 09:11 PM   #1
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Which pipe would be best for a SH .28 3port, this would be on a truggy.
I know there are more to chose from but already 3 of each.
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for a 3 port i would have to say the ofna 86 pipe thats the high speed pipe
right i use the 86 dynamite high speed pipe and it wakes it up big time, i never tried out the jp1
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For a .28 go with the 086, you don't need the low end the JP-1 offers, the torque of the .28 will be plenty and the 086 will help the top end.
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For a .28 go with the 086, you don't need the low end the JP-1 offers, the torque of the .28 will be plenty and the 086 will help the top end.
Thanks will try the 086 but our local track only has 1 15-20 yard straight away
its very short course.
Should the 086 be used for more open tracks?
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well yea but i have ran the 86 pipe though on a bull ring dirt track and i had to slow down sooner than i wanted to and the torque was as much as i
needed , try a mid range pipe i think that would work for that kind of track
your proberty have pretly of toque from the .28 i would think
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Thanks will try the 086 but our local track only has 1 15-20 yard straight away
its very short course.
Should the 086 be used for more open tracks?
Thanks
It's not much if it will be used depending of the track, the powerband will feel better with a top end pipe since it's a .28, if you put the JP1 you will spin tires even more than you probably already are.
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