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Old 01-17-2010, 08:30 PM   #1
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Hey guys here is a list of novarossi pipe and manifolds. I need your help on which are most popular. Also give me info on the best combinations for different circumstances such as best low, mid-range, and top-end conditions along with best pipes for fuel milage. I am going to stock these pipes and manifolds so I want to start with the most popular first. Once again I appreciate you help.

Here are the pipes:
51004 .21 efra 9886
51009 .21 efra 2006
51012 .21 efra 3004
51014 .21 efra 3006
51015 .21 efra 3007
51016 .21 efra 9901
51017 .21 efra 9853

Here are the manifolds:
41005 manifold long
41020 manifold curved long
41021 manifold curved short
41029 manifold tighter curve short
41030 manifold tighter curve long
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Old 01-17-2010, 09:36 PM   #2
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I'm very interested as well. Is there a 9853 and a 9853 SS as well, because my 9853 dents really easy
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Theres only one place and one person to answer this question. Thats Monty on Houston's service thread. If its a Novarossi question he's the only one you should look to for answers.
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Hey guys here is a list of novarossi pipe and manifolds. I need your help on which are most popular. Also give me info on the best combinations for different circumstances such as best low, mid-range, and top-end conditions along with best pipes for fuel milage. I am going to stock these pipes and manifolds so I want to start with the most popular first. Once again I appreciate you help.

Here are the pipes:
51004 .21 efra 9886
51009 .21 efra 2006
51012 .21 efra 3004
51014 .21 efra 3006
51015 .21 efra 3007
51016 .21 efra 9901
51017 .21 efra 9853

Here are the manifolds:
41005 manifold long
41020 manifold curved long
41021 manifold curved short
41029 manifold tighter curve short
41030 manifold tighter curve long
what motor are you wanting to run them on thats going to make a diff as well
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Old 01-18-2010, 09:17 AM   #5
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I personally would stock 9853ss , 9901ss , 9886 for pipes. 41021 , 41020 , 41029 , 41030 and 41005 headers. All those pipes/headers in different combinations will get you through pretty much any track condition. I am lobbying for a 9886ss pipe at the moment but I think it is falling on def ears.

It sounds like you are selling exhausts and you just want to know the popular items correct ?

Hands down the best pipe for mileage and also the most popular is 9901ss/41021 , drake uses it so naturally everybody wants it . 9853ss/41005 is an awesome combo for the big port engines , creates a strong power band from the first crack of the throttle , all the way to to the screamin top end , 9886/41021 imo is the perfect pipe combination , smooth bottom but not really lacking torque , crazy power that makes people ask , " what the hell engine is that ? I WANT ONE!!!! " and an infinite amount of top end that I haven't seen any other pipe match .
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I personally would stock 9853ss , 9901ss , 9886 for pipes. 41021 , 41020 , 41029 , 41030 and 41005 headers. All those pipes/headers in different combinations will get you through pretty much any track condition. I am lobbying for a 9886ss pipe at the moment but I think it is falling on def ears.

It sounds like you are selling exhausts and you just want to know the popular items correct ?

Hands down the best pipe for mileage and also the most popular is 9901ss/41021 , drake uses it so naturally everybody wants it . 9853ss/41005 is an awesome combo for the big port engines , creates a strong power band from the first crack of the throttle , all the way to to the screamin top end , 9886/41021 imo is the perfect pipe combination , smooth bottom but not really lacking torque , crazy power that makes people ask , " what the hell engine is that ? I WANT ONE!!!! " and an infinite amount of top end that I haven't seen any other pipe match .
yes, I will be selling and will take your advice on what to stock. I appreciate the info.
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Old 01-18-2010, 05:32 PM   #7
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yes, I will be selling and will take your advice on what to stock. I appreciate the info.
there not novarossi but the dynamite 086hs and 053mr pipesets are awesome as well
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great advice!!!
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A little question. Money is tight these days and I have to replace both my truggy kit and motor. the P5xlt is just in my price ( looking at others too ) and would like to try a nova. I am coming from a GRP tuned .28 with the grp 2053 pipe set. I was hoping to get a motor that would do okay with with this pipe until I can afford to expand my pipe options. So what would be the result of the P5XLT with this pipe option? dead in the water or doable for a while?

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Sorry, didn't mean to hijack thread. I though I was in the nova thread. Same topic though.
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A little question. Money is tight these days and I have to replace both my truggy kit and motor. the P5xlt is just in my price ( looking at others too ) and would like to try a nova. I am coming from a GRP tuned .28 with the grp 2053 pipe set. I was hoping to get a motor that would do okay with with this pipe until I can afford to expand my pipe options. So what would be the result of the P5XLT with this pipe option? dead in the water or doable for a while?

Thanks for your input.
the grp pipe works ok with the nova engines but you can definitely get better dynamite 086hs is the best bang for the buck :nod

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got dynamite pipes also
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Thank you for the reply Houston I think I will go with P5 and maybe next month when I plan on ordering I will have enough to order a pipe with it.
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yes p5 is the best...

Pipes 9853ss, 9086 headers, short round, long round, bent5....
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