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Old 06-01-2006, 05:53 PM   #31
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cost about $70 right?
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Old 06-01-2006, 11:42 PM   #32
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$79.00

Amain Hobbies has them up on their site now for $77.00
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Default Any more JP-3 experience / opinions??

Anybody else had some more JP-3 experience yet? I'm kinda tempted to try it out... it would be going on my Jammin CRT w/ the 11 port Sirio 27.
I've got the JP-2 on it right now and have no particular complaints, so this would only be a purchase if it will really helps with the bottom a bit or give some fuel savings, as that is the one area I could use a little help in.
I've also got a buggy with an old RB Ws7 that is running the JP-1, and I'm fairly happy there, too, but thought maybe.....
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damm i remember when jp1 and jp2 was around $55bux!!! hate it when companies get greedy when their products become popular!
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Old 06-14-2006, 05:50 PM   #35
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Thumbs up JP3 Pipe

Hey guys i am running a Rex P5 in my X1-CR and i pulled out my VZB to put this weapon in but couldn't be bothered changing the pipe.
I'm running the OS 2050 Pipe but i put the Eureka 2027 Pipes header on and it is balisitic!
From what i've read the JP3 sounds awesome.
I'm going to get the Jammin JP3 Pipe in the next week or two and i'm also getting a JP FX21-B5T so i'll let you guys know how it goes on that motor.
I've also got an Axe Rossi LSK coming... have you guys ever seen one of these things go?
They must be one of the best engines i have ever seen run with almost 3hp and awesome fuel economy.
My friend gets around 11-12 minutes with the Axe Rossi Pipe.
If you haven't seen one go you haven't seen balls tearing
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Old 06-14-2006, 10:13 PM   #36
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OFNA Gold springs are 1.0's.

The gold springs are 1.1
The black springs are 1.0
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Old 06-15-2006, 06:22 AM   #37
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i realized that a couple days ago. i thought it was the other way around!
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I love the Hong Nor Black Springs and Carbon Shoes... they've never failed or let me down yet.
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I love the Hong Nor Black Springs and Carbon Shoes... they've never failed or let me down yet.

Im running aluminum purple medium Ofna shoes and im very happy with them ... but wanted to try carbon shoes ... can you tell me a little about their performance and wear rate ? ...

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Hi Tabushi,

I have found that the carbon shoes don't grab quite as hard as the alloy shoes but concidering we are racing on a loose slippery surface it makes the car alot smoother and more controllable under trigger squeezing accelleration.
As far as wear goes you cannot beat them.
I can get around 4 to 6 club race meets out of a set at least.
They are awesome value for money and do honestly make the car a bit easier to drive for my style of driving as i like to keep the car smooth and with the clutch engaged as much as possible.
I try not to blip the throttle like a lot of drivers do as it keeps the car level and consistant while cornering etc.
Give the carbon shoes a try as you won't be dissapointed unless you like savage snap of your clutch.
Let us know how you go please.
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Default jp3

Just my two cents.

But I've been looking for for a pipe that'll help the low end of my 421b. I just put 1.1 spings and mugen carbon shoes and that help stall the engine a little more. I was using the jp2 pipe and then switched to the jp1. I noticed a gain on the bottom but not much. Once i put in the jp3 i noticed a huge gain on the low and mid, top seemed to of been reduced though. also the temps went up so don't forget to retune.

It may not make sense, but thats how i felt it.

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cool.
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