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Old 02-17-2010, 08:07 PM   #1
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Default jammin pipes good or bad

are jammin ppipes good or bad like the jp-3 ,4,2, so on wat would be the best for a b3
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Default for that motor.

You want to give it more top end. It's got plenty of torque, I would put a dynamite 086 pipe on it. For one reason, the Nova version is not available in superstrong yet...Or you could put the Nova 9853 superstrong on it with the dynamite round header. That pipe would werk, hehe...
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