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Old 03-07-2010, 04:09 PM   #1
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Hey evryone, i would like to ask you about the ofna jp-1 bb pipe, i am running a supermaxx with the hpi f4.6 and an integy pipe that doesnt seem to work really good with the engine, and i think its too long for that engine. I would like to try a smaller one like the jp-1, what do you think about this compination? any one tried this?
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What are you trying to achieve ? Do you want more torque, or more top end ? The JP-1 is a torque pipe.
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