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Old 05-17-2007, 11:28 AM   #1
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I like the hard anodized Jammin pipes and I'm curious of their specific applications...and/or the resembling of the 053, 063, 086 pipes.

The JP1...is it a low end pipe? Is it like the 053 or the 063?

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the jammin pipes will fit most all 1/8 buggies, truggies and alot of MT's...

the JP1 is a low end torque pipe like the 053 and the JP2 is a high end torque pipe like the 086, and the JP3 (what i use) combines the best parts of both the JP1 and JP2 having great power through the entire power band....
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Keep in mind that the terms "low end pipe" and "high end pipe" are relative. A JP1 is known and marketed as a low end pipe but on an RB or Picco engine they have screaming top end. The pipe and engine are just a good match. Be sure to ask around about which pipes match which engines. You may find that there are exceptions to the rule.
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I'm reading exactly what I thought...but wanted to air it for discussion.

I have the JP2 and the 086...going to test them on my LST2. Keeping in mind the LST2 does not use a standard header like a buggy or truggy.

I thought about buying the 053 and 063...but I like the anodized Jammin pipes as they can take more abuse.
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dynamite makes their hard-coated version of the 053 and 086 for under 50 bux with header. I ended up buying both for my B01A.
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the best pipe IMO is the MSR1005 gives you broad power band and not so bad on the fuel either
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