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Old 04-29-2010, 09:23 AM   #1
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What pipe ya runnin/ like.. Thanx
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Old 04-29-2010, 01:20 PM   #2
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What pipe ya runnin/ like.. Thanx
os 2050, could use more bottom tho I think 2035 mite work better.
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Old 04-29-2010, 02:11 PM   #3
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os 2050, could use more bottom tho I think 2035 mite work better.
Really this engine needs more bottum? I was thinking bout a 2060 or re10,hhmmm

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Plan to use the 2060 start couple of tanks for break-in need to finish but ill bet the 2060 will be a awesome setup.
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any good feedback on this motor power run time lasting long thanks
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I been running mine since Hobbico got them in, and mine is running great.

I'm getting around 10:45 on a tank with an AE 2035, P3 plug, 6.5 mm restrictor around 210 degrees.

Its has plenty of bottom and top. Definitely a good truggy motor.

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I been running mine since Hobbico got them in, and mine is running great.

I'm getting around 10:45 on a tank with an AE 2035, P3 plug, 6.5 mm restrictor around 210 degrees.

Its has plenty of bottom and top. Definitely a good truggy motor.

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I figured that would b the hot setup
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I been running mine since Hobbico got them in, and mine is running great.

I'm getting around 10:45 on a tank with an AE 2035, P3 plug, 6.5 mm restrictor around 210 degrees.

Its has plenty of bottom and top. Definitely a good truggy motor.

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Yep Fantastic Truggy engine more grunt than a yard full of pigs down low. We average 10:40 with OS 2060WN on 30%. Tryed the 2035 but went back to the OS pipe. Also tryed the JP1 JP2 LRP 2025 OS 2050 and liked the 2060 for all over grunt.
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2060 for me. Works great...
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Anyone try the dynamite 086???
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I was gonna try a re10.
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The engine is designed and developed together with the OS 2060 Pipe so Id imagine that it works best with that.
Thats what Im running anyways
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