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Old 11-30-2006, 02:57 PM   #1
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okay I am getting a werks b7 in a trade. I am going to use this motor in my jammin crt, which would be the best pipe for it ?

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The nice thing about B7's is that they run well with a number of different pipes. I would go with a JP-1 for truggy use. The JP2 is popular for buggies. I like the OS 2050. Great power top to bottom and 9-10 minutes of runtime in my buggy.
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I used a MSR-1005 at the Farm for the Nitrofest and it worked really good, I also used a 086 and I have used a jp-2. All three were awesome, sick fast motor. My Dad uses a Jammin JP-1 in his CR-T and it is very fast, I also know of a few other guys at The Farm 2 that were using a JP-1 in their buggys.
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I ran a JP-1 with mine and it worked out well. I then switched over to the O.S. 2050, WOW what a diff. I loved that combo.
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OS 2050 rips on a B7..........
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yeah I just don't like the $100 price tag on the 2050
I'm thinking more along the lines of jp1,jp2,jp3, or the mayhem 053
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Do any of you guys know where I can get a conrod for my b7 or any other parts.
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How about one of those vantage racing carbon pipes, any one try one opf those. They look sweet.
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MoJo the 086 or 053 is what most of the team uses and a few use the JP2. The 2050 was the pipe most used when the Werks line first came out. It works pretty good but gives up some top end in trade for some really good fuel mileage. I haven't tried the JP3 but the JP1 was about the same as the 2050 for me. I run the JP2.
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Do any of you guys know where I can get a conrod for my b7 or any other parts.
I can get you just about nething you need for it. Pm me for pricing. My Dad is a dealer.
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