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Old 07-29-2010, 04:29 PM   #1
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Default Best Pipe - RB WS7

Hey guys, what would be the best pipe to run on a WS7 II in a truggy? I'm currently running a JP1 on it now, and I'm sure there is more to be had.
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rb 2045 is what i have found to be the best.. either the 92mm or 98mm header... short is more top long is better bottom..
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2045 with 98mm header For truggy.. But, a 92mm header hits pretty hard too.. I run 2045 with 92 on buggy and it RIPS!!
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JP1 is also a good alternative to the 2045 but the 2045 is better, more run time.
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Old 07-29-2010, 05:48 PM   #5
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RB 2045
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Cool, anyone have one for sale? lol

Another question, I need a head shim for it, do I have to buy the RB shims?
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RAN MINE WITH THE JP3 AND IT WAS AWESOME......GOOD BOTTOM.STRONG MID AND TOP END WAS FANTASTIC. GOOD MILEAGE TOO...
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Cool, anyone have one for sale? lol

Another question, I need a head shim for it, do I have to buy the RB shims?
No, but it has to be the same Diameter.. Which is bore Diameter.. I would recommend the RB brand though, for quality..
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Talking Worlds S7 (Original)

I have the original Worlds S7 and I have the same question.

Which pipe works for this motor.

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I have the original Worlds S7 and I have the same question.

Which pipe works for this motor.

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all rb's work best with the 2045... either 92mm or 98mm header... jeremy
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I got three 2045 pipes for sale...PM me if interested.
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Talking PIPE

Hi. is the 2045 a recent pipe or an older one. What about the 8086?

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Talking Pipe

Scrub that. Don't post pics.

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I had to look in my pipe box. I have one..

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TTR 2035. It's $40, good power, great runtimes.
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O.K. I'm loosing it.

I have a 2013.

You said a 2045. Duhh..

TTR Thunder tiger?
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