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Old 08-19-2008, 10:41 PM   #1
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Default Novarossi 9901 pipe...

What can you guys tell me bout this pipe. Is it a bottom to mid range, or is it a mid to top range pipe? Which header should I use on a buggy with a Plus 21-5K engine?
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I was running the same combo earlier this season. I feel the 9901 is a a good all around. I ran it with the NR Long header to try and get more bottom, but it was still very smooth... too smooth for my taste. Even with the long header, it provided an even, linear response all through the powerband.
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