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Old 09-06-2009, 12:02 AM   #1
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Default Best pipe for Ninja MR21 B01

What would be the best pipe to run on this engine out of: 086, 053, ttr2035, jp3, jp1, and jp4

more-so what is the absolute best pipe for Ninja MR21 B01?
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honestly all of those pipes work on the mr21. i ran an 053 on my mr for most its lifespan. assuming you have the tuned boa1, the 053 will make your low and mid strong and top smooth but a little lacking. if its untuned bo1 then an 086 might get you more top. the untuned mr21 has great low and mid but lacks top with 053. the 086 will keep the low and mid then add top. with both these pipes 086&53 your temps will be under 200(mine was 192 degrees for its lifespan unltill compression was lost) jp4 will push temps over 200 and will lose smooth powerband and runtime although will run fast
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