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Old 05-02-2010, 07:08 PM   #16
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the description on the RE10 on a-main states its the "same" as a 2060...??
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Old 05-02-2010, 07:11 PM   #17
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Yes the header that comes with the 2050 is the "L" header. It provides a bit more torque, which is why I feel it is better in a truggy.

Interesting....looks like I'll be trying that out. Thanks...
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the description on the RE10 on a-main states its the "same" as a 2060...??
A-main has it wrong on that one. It is 2060 like, but is definitely not the same. The RE10 is longer and tapers off more at the front compared to the 2060. Again, I haven't run it, but it is certainly not the same as the 2060. On the other hand the RE11 IS the same as the 2050. Have I confused you enough yet?
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all this for a engine I am not even using LMAO
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all this for a engine I am not even using LMAO
Haha. Well tell your buddy to man up and buy a 2060. He'll be happy he did.
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Haha. Well tell your buddy to man up and buy a 2060. He'll be happy he did.
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I'm on my 4th speed motor. My experience with pipes are the 2050 isn't good at all, the 2060 is a great pipe for the speed and the re10 is even better. Fuel consumption is close but i can't tell you exactly since i can pit after the 10 min mark with both pipes in my truggy. The difference in the performance is topend. Where the 2060 tops out the re10 takes over keeps revving. This is only noticeable on a very long straight. Bottom to mid both pipes are on par with each other. I only have 1 speed left and have been experimenting with 4 other brands of engines so the speed doesn't get used like it used to but it was out the last 2 weekends and damn it's a honkin motor. I'll always have one for sure.
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Old 05-03-2010, 05:06 AM   #23
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guys thanks for all of the help.

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