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Old 11-21-2006, 08:53 AM   #16
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I run a Jp-1 pipe with the short OS header on my Vspec in my Jammin CRT Pro. It is the same as what Chad Bradley uses. I have great bottom and top end. The trick is not to use the long Jp-1 header. The Jp-1 still gives the engine great torque and the short header really allows the top end to come alive.

On my Jammin buggy I run the OS 2050 setup with the Vspec. It gives a bit better milage than the the JP-1 does.

If you run on a real short, tight track you could try the long JP-1 header if top speed does not matter....but I have not yet run on a track to try this out.

Both of these setups are great but remember that your clutch has to be set properly to get the response from the pipe and header.

In the truggy I use the Jammin silver shoes with the gold springs and in the buggy the silver shoes with the black springs, both with stock gearing.

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Old 11-21-2006, 09:38 AM   #17
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I run a Jp-1 pipe with the short OS header on my Vspec in my Jammin CRT Pro. It is the same as what Chad Bradley uses. I have great bottom and top end. The trick is not to use the long Jp-1 header. The Jp-1 still gives the engine great torque and the short header really allows the top end to come alive.

On my Jammin buggy I run the OS 2050 setup with the Vspec. It gives a bit better milage than the the JP-1 does.

If you run on a real short, tight track you could try the long JP-1 header if top speed does not matter....but I have not yet run on a track to try this out.

Both of these setups are great but remember that your clutch has to be set properly to get the response from the pipe and header.

In the truggy I use the Jammin silver shoes with the gold springs and in the buggy the silver shoes with the black springs, both with stock gearing.

enjoy......

Thanks for the advice...will be checking out the different pipes...i'm leaning more to the JP2 and JP3 now...but will check out my friend's Vspec that has a JP1 pipe...
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Old 11-21-2006, 12:09 PM   #18
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I would stick with the JP-1 over the JP-2 and the jury is still out on the JP-3. The JP-1 is a proven winner.
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Anyone tried the vspec with an efra 2027 or efra 2047 pipe? Any good? Cheers
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In a truggy the Jp3 works better than the 2050, In a buggy the 2050 is hard to beat....
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