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Old 02-25-2007, 07:13 PM   #1
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Hey Guys help me with this doubt, i want to buy a pipe for my P5 engine, i have a jammin X1 FTE and y want to run this engine for a practice but i want a good result with a good pipe i'm thinking for JP1 or JP2 tell me what is the best for this engine.
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How is the track?

technical or more jumps?... how many long straights ?

But why don't u do a trial test for yourself as u know the jp1 is good for short tracks and the jp2 is for long tracks.

What about your diffs?. have u set it up for the track?

Buggy: Lighter front oil (3,000wt) and rear (1,000wt)
More steering exiting

Buggy: Thicker front oil -5,000 and rear 10,000wt
More acceleration out of a turn:

Buggy: Thicker center oil - 7,000 and rear 10,000
Better through a rough section:

Buggy: Use thinner oil for the center (3,000 and rear 4000wt) and thinner oil for the front as well (3,000wt).
if it pulls around too much through ruts.
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086 with a long header or a JP3,
Either will have good all around performance.
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Well, the track is very long almoust 1/4 a mille, is wide with a couple of long straights , a few high jumps is a good balance of jumps.
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086 with a long header or a JP3,
Either will have good all around performance.
Spot on.If u can cash a few more $$ for a jp3 then go for it.Maybe loan from ur lhs
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