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Old 04-17-2006, 07:17 PM   #1
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Default OS TZ 5Port Having problem. Can't tuned that right.

How far you can go w/ the temp. for this motor?
How deep you can go w/ the clutch nuts? low traction and big track like SunValleySpeed way
Which one is good pipe for this motor?
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Which one is good pipe for this motor?

Skyline VR12 pipe is awesome with the tz.
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Old 04-18-2006, 12:04 PM   #3
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Skyline VR12 pipe is awesome with the tz.
What about the outlow pipe like 6mm?
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Depends on if your local track accepts it. I've never used it because it's not allowed..
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Depends on if your local track accepts it. I've never used it because it's not allowed..
You running 200f? w/ your 5port tz or more than that?
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Old 04-19-2006, 09:19 PM   #6
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my 5 port tz runs best at 220 - 240F. I did notice that by just switching from a legal pipe to the 6mm, the temp goes up about 20F.
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I ran mine with OS 1040 pipe. It is by far the best I have tried (exp with VR12, NovaRossi, and Mugen). It is also the most expensive. Temp wise, it really depends on where and when I ran it. It ranges around 200 240F.
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The OS T1040 Tuned Complete Set Exhaust 5mm? its that conical headers w/ pipe?
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Get the Skyline VR12 Plus and end your guessing! This pipe will give you performance throughout the entire power band. Then you can work on getting the car and yourself capable of handling all the power!
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