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Old 12-30-2009, 03:37 PM   #1
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Default Pipe for a 3 port GO 25

I want to know is their a need to use a pipe made for big block mills. If they need a different pipe for Motors larger then .21 what would you run? I have dynamite 053 I was told that pipe is not right for my GO 25 is that true? I haven't run the motor yet i am waiting on it to come in.
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!t will work fine, but that pipe is more for 5 port .21's. You never know.... Try it out! Learn for yourself, works for me. I'd guess that a 086 pipe would be ideal for that engine design. I have never ran one though, wait on some other guy's advice.
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There is a GO Engines thread here in this Off-Road
Nitro section. It is better to ask your questions on
that thread, than to start a new one. This and any
more questions about your GO engine should be asked
on that thread.
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Being a 3 port i would try an OS pipe. I would'nt go new to try it but what the heck its worth a try. The 2050's can be had cheap used and they last forever and get alot of power on a number of other then OS motors.
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The only GO .25 engine that has been offered in the
U.S.A. is sold as being a 6+2 port engine. I own one
of those. It has been modified and has had the optional
turbo head button installed. I have tried many different
pipes on this engine and found the pipe that works best
for me. Ask on the correct thread and you will get my
answer. You will find six-hundred and fourty five pages
of GO engines info on the thread and some of the GO
engine gurus have been on there every day, for years.
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I want to know is their a need to use a pipe made for big block mills. If they need a different pipe for Motors larger then .21 what would you run? I have dynamite 053 I was told that pipe is not right for my GO 25 is that true? I haven't run the motor yet i am waiting on it to come in.

Don't loose your time with 645 pages on the GO engines thread my friends

Put an Ofna 086 pipe with a smooth round manifold and enjoy your ride

My friends here is the official GO dealers , and he is on it's second season with the GO .25. He run it with an Ofna 086 pipe and this engine rips
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Put an Ofna 086 pipe with a smooth round manifold and enjoy your ride

My friends here is the official GO dealers , and he is on it's second season with the GO .25. He run it with an Ofna 086 pipe and this engine rips
GO 2072 is byfar the best pipe I've run with the Go .25 6p. Another good one is LRP2063.
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Don't loose your time with 645 pages on the GO engines thread my friends

Put an Ofna 086 pipe with a smooth round manifold and enjoy your ride

My friends here is the official GO dealers , and he is on it's second season with the GO .25. He run it with an Ofna 086 pipe and this engine rips
What I figured.... most 3 port engines with good timing and compression always run good with a 086.
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GO 2072 is byfar the best pipe I've run with the Go .25 6p. Another good one is LRP2063.

You're right, i personally run the GO 2072 on my GX-5R and it's great, so i assume this should be a nice pipe for the .25.
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I say put the 053 on it in a buggy and try to set a new wheelie record.


Seriously though an 086 or the GO 2072 will work perfect with this motor. The 053 will give you to much unusable bottom and steal from the top.
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