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Old 08-09-2006, 08:00 PM   #1
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Default Best pipe/header for RB C6BB

I am putting a new RB C6BB into my Kyosho ST-R truggy. Which pipe/header combo do I use to maximize the engine?
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Use the RB Concept 98mm header and the RB Concept 2045 pipe. That's what I have on my CRT and love it.

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I second that, it what I also use, great engine/pipe combo.
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I third it.

It is final.
The 98mm and 2045 is top choice for the Truggy's
I also use the RC 2020 pipe only because it has a shorter stinger.
Same charactoristics as the 2045 with a little more geared for low end punch..
Either will wake up the C6BB for sure.
In a buggy though get the 92mm for sure.
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Thanks everyone. i was leaning towards this combo, I just wanted to confirm it. Should I stick with the 8mm carb insert?
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I have stuck with it since the engine is in a Truggy, lots of racers have put in a 7mm for buggy's though.
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