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Old 07-01-2010, 03:03 PM   #31
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A Losi roller chassis or the cnc one? I haven't seen a losi chassis for less than about 80 bucks. The cnc's you can get for like 30 or 40
I also use the Novarossi 9886 pipe with the 2050 header and the works really good bottom end midrange and top end.
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A Losi roller chassis or the cnc one? I haven't seen a losi chassis for less than about 80 bucks. The cnc's you can get for like 30 or 40
The losi chassis, i have one around here somewhere. I run the bce chassis if i find it i'll pm you.
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I have to have a bunch of headers too? Jees. I'm about to slap a mamba in there and be done with it LOL.
Na, you only need one. Get the L header for a truggy. Get the ninja, mugen 2042(same as OS 2060) with L header and you'll be set. Awesome power combo for your truggy.
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Everyone runs something different, you could say you want a high end pipe cuz this guy has to much bottom but what kind of clutch bell or clutch assembly? Honstly Ninja is my favorite overall engine for big and small track, for only smaller V-Specs and only use 2060 pipes for all my OS engines, 2050 only on the speed. IMO go with the ninja and 2060 or re10.

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I also use the Novarossi 9886 pipe with the 2050 header and the works really good bottom end midrange and top end.
YES the 9886 is AWESOME I'm looking to get one soon, my buddy put one on his Vspec w/ a long header and WOW ultra smooth bottom to top, gave the motor a lot of top!

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In my opinion, the 9886(086) is too restrictive for OS engines.
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Everyone runs something different, you could say you want a high end pipe cuz this guy has to much bottom but what kind of clutch bell or clutch assembly? Honstly Ninja is my favorite overall engine for big and small track, for only smaller V-Specs and only use 2060 pipes for all my OS engines, 2050 only on the speed. IMO go with the ninja and 2060 or re10.

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I started with a Jp-2 on my ninja. I liked that setup due to bottom end power. Then I switched to the jp-3 and my motor got better runtime and more midrange with out losing a noticeable amount of bottom end. If i tune the crap out my motor I could get eleven minutes with the jp-3. But I tune my motor pretty conservatively. I pit around 8 minutes and it comes off the track after a 20 minute main at 215 Degrees.
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YES the 9886 is AWESOME I'm looking to get one soon, my buddy put one on his Vspec w/ a long header and WOW ultra smooth bottom to top, gave the motor a lot of top!

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Let me tell you I had that setup on my Mugen 6T and GRP .28 9886 pipe and the 2050 Header it was was carzy to control the bottom was crazy the top was making me move like I had an 15T Bell. Now that was SICK
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2060 all day. I have tried a re11 on the ninja and it is OK for small tracks, but when you really need top end you might as well forget about it.
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Seems like the RE10 would be a good compromise between the os 2060 but at a much better price?
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Heres my .02. I invested a lot of time in my ninja. I have tried several pipes, headers, restrictors, plugs, head buttons(eb mods), etc. My favorite setup is a p3 plug, 7mm insert, mugen 2042 pipe, and the L header. In my mugen buggy this is all the power I need and it will pull a 14 tooth bell. I could also get between 11:00-11:30 minutes runtime. The ninja is a really good motor with the lightened and coated crank, HD crankcase, and OS reliability. I have had nothing but a good experience out of my ninja and will get another. Also worth mentioning, I did try a 2035 pipe and felt it is a good alternative if on a budget.
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The AE2035 is also a good price as well.
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Can someone link me to the AE2035 and the header i'd need. There seems to be a bunch of 2035's made by different folks.
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This is what I would buy.

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...-Hard-Anodized
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