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Old 10-29-2008, 09:10 AM   #1
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Default dynamite 053 vs. TTR/AE 2035 and etc.?

Does a dynamite 053 perform similar to a TTR/AE 2035 on the track? What are your experiences with this pipe on the dyno or on the track?
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Old 10-29-2008, 06:07 PM   #2
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The Dynamite hits much harder then the 2035, its also much more durable.

2035 is smoother.
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thats right smoother & more run time than 053 on my experience , ttr2035 got a top-end .............than the 053 mid-range pipe ,but it depends on the track that u racing
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IT's a good pipe but it has a Looong stinger that can bend easily. It seems like the pipe is a little soft.
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I haven't run or even seen the TTR pipe, but I use the Dynamite 053. Great pipe. ONE downside is the header flange for the springs to connect to the motor is closer to the motor than the header for most, so make sure you have nice new strong springs.
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Old 10-30-2008, 09:13 AM   #6
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Never run the ttr pipe but I do here a lot of good things about it. I have ran the dynamite 053 and it seems to run great on any motor I have put it on. Good pipe for the price.
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