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Old 01-10-2010, 04:21 PM   #1
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hey guys i need to know what is the best all around pipe to use with an os speed .21. money is not a problem but i want to get good fuel mileage or run time. thanks.
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2060, nothing else is equal. As a bonus, they last forever.
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thats what i was looking at ... thanks guys!!!!
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i use the jp-3 with mine, get about a 10min run time
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losi RE10 same as 2060 but with a beter stinger and only 50 bucks i use a 2060 on mine but wen it is done ill go back with a RE10 also if u have a jp4 jammin pipe i think its efra is a 2062 my dad uses one and gets arount 14 minutes with 150cc of fuel (truggy)
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I have been running these speed engines since may and they are the best $$ can buy. I love the 2060 pipes. Ryan Lutz turned me onto them when I asked him the same pipe question earlier this year. He was right on, no pipe complements the speed like the 2060. I have seen them on fleabay NIB for around 120-130.
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good replies checking on other pipes but still will get a 2060...
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losi RE10 same as 2060 but with a beter stinger and only 50 bucks i use a 2060 on mine but wen it is done ill go back with a RE10 also if u have a jp4 jammin pipe i think its efra is a 2062 my dad uses one and gets arount 14 minutes with 150cc of fuel (truggy)
This is incorrect RE10 doesn't match the 2060 in any measurements with a cone probe or in volume displacement. The RE10 is a good pipe on the speed, but the RE11 is better if you want a cheap excellent pipe.

I think I was told by the guy that did the measurements on the pipes and testing at my LHS that the RE10 was closer to an 086 or 063, but don't quote me on this as it was told to me a long time ago and can't remember.

The RE11 is the only pipe from Losi that models an OS pipe and it's the 2050 which is a good pipe for the speed but not as good as the 2060.

If you don't want to shell out the $170 for a new 2060 you can get the Mugen Ninja 2042 pipe set for a bit cheaper and it's the exact same as a 2060.
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He said $$ was not an issue. The losi re10 has been compared to the os 2050. Idk if they are exact but similar. The re11 has also been compared to the os 2060. These are not the same pipe. For the speed engine the os 2060 is the best pipe
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RE11 is a 2050 copy.
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This is incorrect RE10 doesn't match the 2060 in any measurements with a cone probe or in volume displacement. The RE10 is a good pipe on the speed, but the RE11 is better if you want a cheap excellent pipe.

I think I was told by the guy that did the measurements on the pipes and testing at my LHS that the RE10 was closer to an 086 or 063, but don't quote me on this as it was told to me a long time ago and can't remember.

The RE11 is the only pipe from Losi that models an OS pipe and it's the 2050 which is a good pipe for the speed but not as good as the 2060.

If you don't want to shell out the $170 for a new 2060 you can get the Mugen Ninja 2042 pipe set for a bit cheaper and it's the exact same as a 2060.


it isnt like me to argue on a forum but got to your LHS and pick up a re 10 and read it or i tell ya what call horizon up and ask them if u ask to speek to drake on monday or tuesday ull get to re10 is a 2060 copy
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