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Old 02-21-2010, 05:14 AM   #1
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ok guys im wondering wat pipe to use and wat plug to use and aprox.were is a good point for the needles or even a factory seting i bought this engine for nothing after a local racer used for 1 gal and it was boggy on botom and he was havinf flame out isshues and i said to my self it ant the motor thats a novarossi so a little help will go a long way thanks
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Dynamite 086 pipe. OD 77 or 100 plug. 3.5 out hsn and 4.5 out lsn should get you in the ballpark. Tune from there.
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have u used this engine? and i should put im racing on a tight indoor track so i will be needing alot of snap i also here alot a using the lost re10 exaust i have a 2060 wich is the same ass re10 just wondering
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have u used this engine? and i should put im racing on a tight indoor track so i will be needing alot of snap i also here alot a using the lost re10 exaust i have a 2060 wich is the same ass re10 just wondering
Just so you know the O.S. 2060 is NOT the same pipe as the Losi RE10. They look somewhat similar, but they do have some differences. Don't get me wrong though, the RE10 is an awesome pipe especially for the money.
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Just so you know the O.S. 2060 is NOT the same pipe as the Losi RE10. They look somewhat similar, but they do have some differences. Don't get me wrong though, the RE10 is an awesome pipe especially for the money.
They do have the same dimensions and volumes capacities when filled with liquid I'm just saying
I see you have a 2060 in your sig... So I can understand why you would hope they are not the same.. being that you spent twice the price and all
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They do have the same dimensions and volumes capacities when filled with liquid I'm just saying
I see you have a 2060 in your sig... So I can understand why you would hope they are not the same.. being that you spent twice the price and all
I went with the 2060 because of the RE10 being different. I at first thought they were the same as well. Tell I got showed they are different. The only pipe that is the same as the OS 2060 is the Mugen JX pipe. The EFRA number is 2042.
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They do have the same dimensions and volumes capacities when filled with liquid I'm just saying
I see you have a 2060 in your sig... So I can understand why you would hope they are not the same.. being that you spent twice the price and all
Even look at the two pipes in pictures. You can tell they are different.

RE10:
http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...Exhaust-System

OS 2060:
http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...-Welded-Nipple

The Losi RE11 and OS 2050 are the same, but the RE10 and OS 2060 are not.
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Even look at the two pipes in pictures. You can tell they are different.

RE10:
http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...Exhaust-System

OS 2060:
http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...-Welded-Nipple

The Losi RE11 and OS 2050 are the same, but the RE10 and OS 2060 are not.
Shanty my man I'm not seeing it other than color and stingers, shape is same even nipples...
kinda like GMC and Chevy lol
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Shanty my man I'm not seeing it other than color and stingers, shape is same even nipples...
kinda like GMC and Chevy lol
Trust me, I would of loved the RE10 to be a copy but it's simply not. I am not trying to be an ass. The pipe is very similar but it is different. In the pictures look at the end of the pipe near the stinger. On the RE10 is tampers off and on the OS it stays almost straight. Losi claims the RE10 is the same, but it has been proven many times by dyno and chamber test, etc that they are not the same. I still think the RE11, and RE10 are one of the best pipes for the money and on V-Spec's, Speeds, and Ninja .21 they work awesome. But if you are wanting the best pipe for those motors the original OS 2060 is what you need. LOL Also who said I paid twice as much for a OS 2060, on ebay you can find them lower then $100.

Here is a thread where a person dynoed both the 2060 and RE-10 pipe. In the end the 2060 was smoother and able to run leaner therefore get better run times.

http://www.rctech.net/forum/nitro-of...ml#post6113488
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i have an n21bf limited and its pretty much the same as the n21r. i run the dynamite 086 and odo77 plug. its super consistent with this setup. dynamite 086 or novarossi 9886 are the pipes that you want to go with.
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ok this is is a post wanting factory setings an opions on wat pipe to use i for one know that there is veery small diffrence between the re10 and the 2060 the nose cone is the diffrence wich means the re10 comes off the botom just a tad rougher i have both pipes i should know i have raced for os for a while 5+ years just currently went to novarossi so lets stay on track now that the my wee wee is biger than yours bs is cleared up and thanks for the help jus still kinda need the factory setings as i cant find em anywere
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ok this is is a post wanting factory setings an opions on wat pipe to use i for one know that there is veery small diffrence between the re10 and the 2060 the nose cone is the diffrence wich means the re10 comes off the botom just a tad rougher i have both pipes i should know i have raced for os for a while 5+ years just currently went to novarossi so lets stay on track now that the my wee wee is biger than yours bs is cleared up and thanks for the help jus still kinda need the factory setings as i cant find em anywere
Here is a link to the Novarossi website that states the factory settings in the item description.

http://www.novarossiusa.com/product_...roducts_id=973
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thanks shanty big help
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I was running the 41012 / 9853 Combo on my N21R. That was a really good combo. I have never beenmuch of a fan of the 086 or the 9886 on the 3 port engine. I like to have a lot of rip right off the bottom so that is why I use the 9853. I also use a stiffer clutch spring so it hits harder on the bottom. I ran 2 1.0 and 2 1.1 springs.

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This is an awesome little engine. I run the 9886 with Smooth Round Jammin Header, ODonnell 100 Plug, and 7mm Restrictor. Can easily get 9min, and on occassion 10min. Also a good addition to this engine and any other for that matter is a Novarossi Exhaust Cooler.
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