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Old 08-01-2006, 09:03 PM   #1
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what is the best pipe for this motor?? torque or top end pipe?? thanks jer7469
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rb 2045

get the engine package where you get the pipe and the motor if you already haven't.
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Jammin JP2 worked out fine for me. Hit pretty hard on the bottom end
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what is the best pipe for this motor?? torque or top end pipe?? thanks jer7469
Wouldn't that question be somewhat answered by what type of track you're doing most of your racing on?

Hook up some details
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Strait from Rody Roem (if you don't know he is the designer of all RB concepts engines)

Use the RB2045 with the 92mm header for buggy or long flowing tracks with a truggy.
Use the 98mm for truggy or for tight technical tracks.

Don't see the point of buying a less effective pipe. even if you save some cash.
You only buy one pipe for that mill....maybe a second header if you go to lots of different tracks.

I have the WS7 IIx3 and have the 2045 with the 92mm header on my 777SP2 and I have never felt like the mill lacked anywhere.

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I agree.
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