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Old 05-18-2010, 06:45 PM   #1
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Out of all these pipes which one is the best for best run time I have Jp3,053,086,rb 2045,os 2050 thanks.This is for a maxpower m5 thanks.Tim

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Old 05-18-2010, 09:36 PM   #2
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i had a 2050 on my m5b. i think i got about 8 min out of it.
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I use the 053 on the Nova Plus 21-4C and am getting 10-11 minutes with it. 2035 with the B5 roughly 7:30 - 9 minutes. My friend uses the JP3 on his B5 and gets 7-8 minutes. Another with the Reedy/ JP3 and gets 7:30 max...
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OS 2050 or RB 2045.. The JP3 is a known gas hawg, and the 053 ain't much better..
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the JP3 and 053 gas hogs? i beg to differ. i get 9+ min a tank with a JPX 21 with a JP3, and with the 2045 pipe on the same engine i got 7 min. i ran a Nova BF with a 053 and was getting close to 10 min a tank. now i have switched to Alpha engines so im using the Alpha 0801 pipe now. but before i only would use the 053 and JP3 because i was getting good run times with them.
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the JP3 and 053 gas hogs? i beg to differ. i get 9+ min a tank with a JPX 21 with a JP3, and with the 2045 pipe on the same engine i got 7 min. i ran a Nova BF with a 053 and was getting close to 10 min a tank. now i have switched to Alpha engines so im using the Alpha 0801 pipe now. but before i only would use the 053 and JP3 because i was getting good run times with them.
I've never had an engine that got good fuel mileage with the JP3.. But, the JPX .21 was designed about the same time that pipe was put on the market.. One made for the other? Maybe.. And the 2045 really only seems to work with RB engines.. Which is what am running it on, getting about 8 in buggy..
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jp3 has been out alot longer than the Jammin JPX 21. the jammin engine has only been out for like right at a year. but yeah it all depends on the tracks though. i did get 9 min 33 seconds with the 2045 one time but after that i was only getting 7 so went back to the JP3.
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jp3 has been out alot longer than the Jammin JPX 21. the jammin engine has only been out for like right at a year. but yeah it all depends on the tracks though. i did get 9 min 33 seconds with the 2045 one time but after that i was only getting 7 so went back to the JP3.
Jammin engines have been in production for three years. Anyone tried the JP-6? Gonna give it a go on my FMS this weekend.
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The 2050 and 2045 I think will give you the worst mileage. I would try the 053 or 086. The 086 might be a little soft on the bottom.
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+4c + JP3 + buggy + 30%nitro = 12 minutes
+4 + 053 + truggy + 30%nitro = 13 minutes
you have to find what works for you and YOUR tuning/gearing to get the most out of a pipe.
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Jammin engines have been in production for three years. Anyone tried the JP-6? Gonna give it a go on my FMS this weekend.
I have fms, jp-6 gonna suck. You need 9853 or 9886 nova pipes. I run RE10 losi pipe. Did alot of pipe testing on that motor.
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Jammin engines have been in production for three years. Anyone tried the JP-6? Gonna give it a go on my FMS this weekend.
I run the JP-6 on my Extech .24 and it added 2 minutes of run time.. The Bottom is a touch softer, but that's the only draw back, on an FMS it is prolly gonna be too soft.. I had been running a JP3 and was getting 10min. The engine naturally gets good mileage..
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OS 2050 or RB 2045.. The JP3 is a known gas hawg, and the 053 ain't much better..
I keep hearing the 9086 is worse on fuel than the 9853, my experience tells me the 9086 is better on fuel. I like the 9853 best for performance, but isn't great on fuel......
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