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Old 06-05-2010, 04:19 PM
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SO I am about to drop the Jammin JPX.21 into my new RC8T Champ Ed. Any advice on this motor/chassis combo? What pipe does this engine like for good all around power? Any other suggestions? Thanks.
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SO I am about to drop the Jammin JPX.21 into my new RC8T Champ Ed. Any advice on this motor/chassis combo? What pipe does this engine like for good all around power? Any other suggestions? Thanks.
2035 is awesome on that engine
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Is the 2035 an O.S. pipe?
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Is the 2035 an O.S. pipe?
sorry no it's either a Thunder tiger or Team Associated. I use the Associated non stick and love it power from bottom to top WWW.amainhobbies.com
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The Dynamite 086 pipe is a really good one on this engine! tames the bottom end down just a little and rips on top end. never have tried a 2035 pipe but have heard it does pretty good too.
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The Dynamite 086 pipe is a really good one on this engine! tames the bottom end down just a little and rips on top end. never have tried a 2035 pipe but have heard it does pretty good too.
I agree, an 086 is a great match for it. I thought the 2035 was a dog on top, it hits a wall and quits climbing, but the bottom was good, I really didn't like that pipe on any engine that I tried it with, so I gave it away. A JP-4 is another good match for the JPX, it really smooths out the powerband.
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I agree, an 086 is a great match for it. I thought the 2035 was a dog on top, it hits a wall and quits climbing, but the bottom was good, I really didn't like that pipe on any engine that I tried it with, so I gave it away. A JP-4 is another good match for the JPX, it really smooths out the powerband.
was the motor stock or modded?
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was the motor stock or modded?
Modded. The Picco mills are known for making strong bottom end, so either way, those pipes work well.
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ofna 2027 with a double bend manifold, will get you the most run time out of the motor, and brutal power ALL the way threw the power band.
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SO I am about to drop the Jammin JPX.21 into my new RC8T Champ Ed. Any advice on this motor/chassis combo? What pipe does this engine like for good all around power? Any other suggestions? Thanks.
if you want it to scream and have pretty good run time get a JP3 for it. thats what i run on mine and it has ran down "high end" modded engines with ease. also i get between 9-10 min of runtime and the temp comes off at 225-230. but to make it easier to tune and more consistant idle run the ofna plugs in it, they are 13 bucks but will last over 2 gallons no problem.

here is a video of my JPX my D8T. the jumps look easy but it takes alot to get over them especially the double next to pit lane, i was the only truggy able to do it that day. (the body was a free practice body and the tires were given to me also and didnt realize how unbalanced they were, they are now balanced BTW): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=09NHoGx4bxM
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