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Old 01-28-2007, 05:22 AM   #1
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I just bought this engine and I wish to know if anyone can suggest the best pipe for it?
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Most likely the T-2050.
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The 2050 or the 2060 they both rip
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I run a Jammin' JP1 with my V-Spec, runs fine and deals plenty of power.
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Yup. Run the pipe that's built for the motor.
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I use the Thunder Tiger 3-chamber long pipe. It's the same one Ryan Maifield used with the OS V-SPEC to win the ROAR Nats. Mad power!
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the jp1 is dumb for that engine. it will cut the fuel mileage and it will give it to much torque to be smooth power delivery.

run a 2060SC the pipe is built for the motor and nothing else.


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Or you can try the red 8mm carb insert and use the Jammin' JP-1 pipe, i found that worked fine, ran almost 8 mins and had smooth power delivery.
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Thank you all for your help
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here read this if this is the engine you have .http://www.os-engines.co.jp/english/...speed21vz.html
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Run the pipe that work with the V-spec. Is those all your kits?
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Or you can try the red 8mm carb insert and use the Jammin' JP-1 pipe, i found that worked fine, ran almost 8 mins and had smooth power delivery.
Even without the 8mm carb insert, I still have plenty of power(judging from watching everybody elses buggies at CRCRC's January race...), never bogged or anything of the sort, and still ran around 7 mins on a tank. It's not 'dumb' as KForce put it so bluntly, it's something different is all...and it's more than fine for the V-Spec.
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the jp1 is dumb for that engine. it will cut the fuel mileage and it will give it to much torque to be smooth power delivery.

run a 2060SC the pipe is built for the motor and nothing else.


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i don't know about the jp-1 but the jp-2 is also a prefect match for the V-Spec line. I got 10 minutes of run time on one tank (125cc) With my V-Spec/ jp-2. And it was producing great power.
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On my original V-spec I worked first with the JP1 and later with the 053 and I liked the JP1 better....

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