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Old 09-07-2009, 06:44 PM
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I am looking to replace my JP3 pipe that I have been running. I like that the pipe is a good all around pipe, bottom and top end, but don't like how much of a gas hog the pipe seems to be. I am now running the O'Donnell engine. Any suggestions?
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I am looking to replace my JP3 pipe that I have been running. I like that the pipe is a good all around pipe, bottom and top end, but don't like how much of a gas hog the pipe seems to be. I am now running the O'Donnell engine. Any suggestions?

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are these pipes good on fuel mileage as well?
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are these pipes good on fuel mileage as well?
i have ran both on multiple motors and hit 10 min with fuel left, the 2060 being the less thirsty of the 2 imo.
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how about 2050 os pipe for mileage and think has more top end pull on most motors would u agree twister or not so much
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how about 2050 os pipe for mileage and think has more top end pull on most motors would u agree twister or not so much
the 2050 is great on runtime's for sure, from being ran on our motor's testing stock or modded the 2060 is smoother on bottom and more top, but yes the 2050 is close, ver good all around pipe indeed, but for the snappy OD motor, smoother bottom is what i would look for and the benifit of the 2060 on top would help the OD in the topend dept, same as the 086, if the 86 model was chosen i would look at the novarossi 9886, or even the 9853, very good mid and top out of that pipe, and runtime' aswell.
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yea the 053 series exhuast are real good on runtime as well. at the race last weekend i was getting mine tuned in and it was a little rich still and i was getting 7min.
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I also have issues with the JP3 and runtime, great pipe though!
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