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Old 11-07-2007, 12:48 PM   #4036
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well im somewhat new to the jammin world 2 months ago i picked up a new crt and i have raced it 3 times. and 3 weeks ago i picked up a jammin x1 cr fte used from some one i race with here are some pictures of my buggy and truggy.
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Old 11-07-2007, 01:23 PM   #4037
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My buggy didnt come with a clutch (got it used) and i'm trying to piece it together ($$$$$!!!)

Is there a clutch kit that's cheaper than buying it piece by piece? Does it have to be OFNA/Jammin to work?

I'm using a Go Tech .21 engine.
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Old 11-07-2007, 02:26 PM   #4038
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Weel, some photo report about an open national offroad 1/8th championship, 3 day event in Colombia last weekend (we just got sun during the practice day !!) :


































































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Tabushi great pics man. I really like your track location. Wish we had something that draws so much spectators.

Also have you tried the JP3 with your jammin engine or is the jp1 better?
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Old 11-08-2007, 03:42 AM   #4040
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Tabushi great pics man. I really like your track location. Wish we had something that draws so much spectators.

Also have you tried the JP3 with your jammin engine or is the jp1 better?

Thanks JBoy,

Im just using the JP1 pipe, but one of the drivers had a Jammin JPX.21 too and was using JP3, main differences were the "softness" of the transitions with the JP3, being a less agressive on low end, and more fuel economy. I love JP1 but its very fuel-thirsty.

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Great post, Pato!

I always enjoy reading your posts/reports from 'down south'!

Great pictures, too.

I must travel down there some day to race! Looks like a fun group...

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rabidsquirrel, thanks for your words man ...

Here you have couple videos, tonight will post more :








(my car is not on those videos)

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Now another video, just edited during lunch ... now im racing on this video (green car with yellow wing), look as much mistakes i did, for sure i had a weekend with some kind of electric problems in my brain :

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Cool... I'll take a look when I get home.

Be sure to post up this stuff in the OFNA forum!

I'm sure peeps over there would like to see/hear about it.

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I always liked the JP1 on my Jammin engine more than any of the other JP pipes as well. Recently one of the guys tried the JP4 and his top speed and fuel economy went up but the low end snap went down. Go with a slightly stiffer clutch spring to compensate.

I haven't actually tried this as I no longer have my Jammin engine, but I do know the JP4 is a good pipe for the engine.
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I've always thought of getting one of these Jp pipes. Every body talks wonders of their performance,and being hard coated must make them bomb proof!! Are they 3 chamber??
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The JP4 is three chamber. That's why it came out I would think. There wasn't an EFRA legal Jammin Pipe before hand.
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The JP-4 was already out, it was just under Hong nor from what I understand
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The JP-4 was already out, it was just under Hong nor from what I understand
Oh! And what was it called under Hong Nor??
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Hong Nor EFRA-2062


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