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Tune pipe for Jammin x2 truggy rtr

Old 05-09-2009, 11:38 PM
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Need suggestions of pipes i can use with the factory motor in my jammin x2 rtr which is a ofna force 28 7port. I currently run on my personnel track (88x158, two straight always about 110 and is pretty technical in some areas)and this summer ill racing at a local track which is desgined pretty close to Nitro Pit in AZ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3oc_2Q2Wk5w. thanks
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get a JP3. It works with everything.
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if it has a "slower" infield id go with a JP1 to get some good "squirt" out of the corners.
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Old 05-10-2009, 12:50 AM
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if it has a "slower" infield id go with a JP1 to get some good "squirt" out of the corners.
humm...well i ight have to buy two pipes. My track will work well with the jp 1 but i dont know about my local track which is 160x200
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I have ran the JP3 pipe with a force 28 engine a few years ago and it made a huge improvement on the force.
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I have ran the JP3 pipe with a force 28 engine a few years ago and it made a huge improvement on the force.
alrighty... any opinions on dynamite pipes?
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Any ideas???
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With the stock motor use the JP-3 pipe.
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I currently run A dyn 053 on a GRP.21 engine and it works good. But not sure how it runs with a force. I would probably get an all around pipe. Like the JP3. The force engine is not going to last you to long anyhow. The nipple on the end of the crank likes to break. Once the crank goes it isn't worth fixing.
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does the jammin x2 RTR come with the fuel filter and fuel filter clip on the fuel tank or it only comes with the pro kit?
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I put the JP-1 on mine mainly because I had it.

Runs great at ThePit so why change it.
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