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Old 01-11-2010, 07:20 AM   #16
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might have to do that but the local hobby shop here is just a hobby town and they know less about rc than my 7 yr old, lol .... thanks guys....
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ok says right on amain that re11 is a copy of a os 2050 or very close. this is the only pipe that seems to be compared to an os.
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Old 01-11-2010, 10:19 AM   #18
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Not sure about you, but Cone Probes don't lie when you take a measurement.

Nor does a volume displacement test. Stinger ID's on the 2050 and RE11 match as well.

PM Tex1 if you really don't believe me. He tested all this out and has even posted his findings on here about these pipes. This is where I got my info from, and I trust a mad scientist who actually went to work on these pipes doing everything but cutting them in half.

The RE11 is a 2050 test it and find out. You can also take a 2050 off a VSPEC and slap on a RE11 and not have to change your tune. Just make sure you use the same header as the 2050 came with 2 originally.

I would like to see a 2060 swapped with an RE10 and it hold the same exact tune. Cause mine sure didn't, and they are no where near the same pipe. The stinger ID's don't even match.

I have heard this claim over and over about the RE10 and it's just not true. The only pipe to copy the 2060 is the Ninja 2042.

But, like the OP said money is not an issue. So just buy the 2060, and the RE11 you will love both pipes as they are both great on any OS engine and both have different characteristics for different style tracks.
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2050 or EBMods pipe (not available anymore), I dont know any pro the runs a Vspec or Speed that runs a 2060, the graph will show you why.

http://www.ebmods.com/dyno%20graphs.htm

2060 has a shaky torque curve, less HP and uses more fuel, 2050 resembles the 2041 graph
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That's it... 2060. No more to be said.
I put that pipe on mine and its amazing so much speed and power and get over 10min run time runs very well its consistant what more to say oh that maybe its worth every dollar
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Here is a great pipe for the O.S..
This 2041 is chrome and the EB 2041 was coated black.

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...ine-Tuned-Pipe
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The 2060 pipe allows the speed engine to open up on the straight. I haven't tried the 2041 but a 053 chopped the top end off. O have both a 2060 and a mugen 2042 they are the same pipes and work very well. I am always pitting around the 9 min mark with fuel left. I have tested them and on the small tight indoor track I can go 11 min in the buggy and 12 in the truggy. These pipes are smooth and great for control. I'm very happy with them.
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i have 2050,2060 and rmv 2041.The 2041 opens up the engine everywhere, no hits just smooth, not quite as fuel efficient but decent.also works great on 28 xz.
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Here is a great pipe for the O.S..
This 2041 is chrome and the EB 2041 was coated black.

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...ine-Tuned-Pipe
+1...that is the same 2041 that EB used to sell, only without the coating. Its funny cause I remember when shops couldnt hardly give the EB2041 away, and now its thought of as one of the best VSpec pipes ever...

I liked the 2060 on my speed much better than the 2041 or 2050. The other two pipes ran good, but the 2060 got better mileage, pulled more RPM and was much smoother overall. On a stock VSpec, its a different story...I liked the 2041 and 2050 better.
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+1...that is the same 2041 that EB used to sell, only without the coating. Its funny cause I remember when shops couldnt hardly give the EB2041 away, and now its thought of as one of the best VSpec pipes ever...

I liked the 2060 on my speed much better than the 2041 or 2050. The other two pipes ran good, but the 2060 got better mileage, pulled more RPM and was much smoother overall. On a stock VSpec, its a different story...I liked the 2041 and 2050 better.


thanks scoobie for the input with these pipes i just ordered a 2060 from amain.
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