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Old 10-26-2008, 01:23 PM   #1
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best pipe for a B7 werks .28 i have the j-p3 and was wondering if there was something better
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Old 10-26-2008, 06:25 PM   #2
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The 28's have so much torque that you mostly need a top end pipe. I can't say 100% what is "best" for the engine but something like this would work for you:


But there are also other high end pipes that may be better. I think that might be close for you though!
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this is the pipe i was recommended for a .28


any of the 086 pipes should be great
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I bought a JP2 to go with my JPX28 as I'm hoping it will kill some of the bottom end hit as well.

I would definitely go with any top end pipe to numb the bottom end some as most all the 28's these days make more power than you can efficiently use.......
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