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Old 01-01-2010, 02:07 PM   #16
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So what do you guys suggest a better option for a mbx6t a race prep mod, or the full mod... Would the full mod overpower the car making it harder to handle?? And my next concern is, I live in Greece, if I had to get one, what options would I have with spares?
You could run either in truck. I currently run a race prepped and it has plenty of power, and gets my 6t around pretty good. The Full Mod will have more power, but it's even more linear then the Stock/Race Prepped. As for parts there is not options, JS parts are it. JS Parts will be in stock at online dealers such as Absolute Hobbies, Amain, TKO, ect, or directly through EBMods.

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I honestly believe that the stock out of the box version will be more than enough power. If you have a modded motor now then I would get the full mod.
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Old 01-01-2010, 02:10 PM   #17
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Thanks, I am going to try one!
cool! i sell them on my site too!
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Old 01-01-2010, 02:52 PM   #18
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Thats probably the only issue I might have, since I live in Greece, getting parts here will take some time, and during race season, that can be a bumber....

Is there no videos so we could see the engine perform??
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Thats probably the only issue I might have, since I live in Greece, getting parts here will take some time, and during race season, that can be a bumber....

Is there no videos so we could see the engine perform??
Next Day Air.

My buddy has video but, he lost the cable to upload the file. ugh.... I'll see if i can get some video this weekend.
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Next Day Air.

My buddy has video but, he lost the cable to upload the file. ugh.... I'll see if i can get some video this weekend.
That would be well appreciated what version of the motor is he running the race prep or full modded
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That would be well appreciated what version of the motor is he running the race prep or full modded
It's in my truck and it's a race prepped.
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Next Day Air.

My buddy has video but, he lost the cable to upload the file. ugh.... I'll see if i can get some video this weekend.
Sweet, cant wait to check some action out... by the way, in Greece we have to run efra aproved pipes so we can be race "legal"... Edd recomends the dynamite 086 (which I have). What efra approved pipe would I be able to use instead of the 086 without hindering the performance of the engine??
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Sweet, cant wait to check some action out... by the way, in Greece we have to run efra aproved pipes so we can be race "legal"... Edd recomends the dynamite 086 (which I have). What efra approved pipe would I be able to use instead of the 086 without hindering the performance of the engine??
Ok a lil off of the subject but what is a efra pipe?
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Sweet, cant wait to check some action out... by the way, in Greece we have to run efra aproved pipes so we can be race "legal"... Edd recomends the dynamite 086 (which I have). What efra approved pipe would I be able to use instead of the 086 without hindering the performance of the engine??
I know NR makes a 9886 efra pipe, which will give very similar results...
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My Race prepped JS has way more power then my FULLY EB modded JX. The quality and performance for the $$ is second to none.
That is a big bold statement.

Almost hard to believe.

But from a creditable source, so..........

hmmmmm........
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That is a big bold statement.

Almost hard to believe.

But from a creditable source, so..........

hmmmmm........
the JS has more power across the bottom and mid, and the throttle response is defiantly more crisp compared. My ninja has a lil more rpm tho, but I'm pretty certain the full mod JS is going to take care of that.
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Would a 2050 pipe be good to run with the motor
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Would a 2050 pipe be good to run with the motor
i dont think so.
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I have not ran every engine out there, but the os pipe work very well for all os based engines. With that being said, they are not prefered or not a great choice for other than os engines.

I have never seen or ran one of these JS motors so I am just guessing here, But the Ofna or Dynamite pipes are a good guess on being compatabile with many motors
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Kodiakbear,

Generally in Europe, to make racing more competitive, they only allow us to use efra approved pipes. They have a etched efra number on them....

Jpalessi, is there any way of confirming with EBmods about novarosi pipe? Lastly, what pipe headers are good to use together with the js engine?
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