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Old 10-28-2003, 01:17 AM   #1
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I'm looking to get an in-line one piece pipe for my 1/8 buggy and was wondering whats good and not to expensive. I want a pipe for low end or mid range, and one that comes with everything you need to slap it on quickly(manifold included). I was thinking of the Ofna one piece pipes or maybe Dynamite??? Anybody familiar with these?? or any others??

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Don't get a Dynamite pipe they a horrible, low fuel economy, no low end. Ofna is the way to go, if you want all around performance get the 063 pipe, if you want mid-to topend get the 086 pipe. I know some1 who is selling NIB Ofna pipes with header for $50 shipped.

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I agree on the Ofna pipe(I run one now), but I used to run the Dynamite pipe, and I didn't have any problems with run time(got 8 mins to a tank), and I had plenty of bottom end. The Ofna pipe is better quality, and a better fit, though.
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I ran a dynamite pipe (black) on my WS7 2 now and I only get a lil over 5 mins per tank. Im running it at 240*F, so its not like im crazy rich.
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i use an rb 086 one piece on my kanai 2, and a rd logics on my mp-6 international both are great. RB one is torquey, and the RD is more top end pipe.
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