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Old 04-13-2007, 04:42 PM   #1
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Well, I decided on picking up the Murnan Modified Ninja R01 On Road Version 2 New Rod over the 35+21. What is a good pipe/header combo to go with it? I don't care if it's legal or not. Much appreciated.


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Well, I decided on picking up the Murnan Modified Ninja R01 On Road Version 2 New Rod over the 35+21. What is a good pipe/header combo to go with it? I don't care if it's legal or not. Much appreciated.


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Congrats on your purchase!
Great choice on picking an Engine!

I've tried several Pipes & Headers with the Murnan Ninja
( JP, Novarossi, etc ). I always end up using the NINJA
Pipe & Header that were intended to be used with that
engine. The Pre-Drilled holes in the Header also match
up Perfectly to the way the Springs come out of the recessed
areas on the Engine block ....... Perfect combo! Plenty of POWER!

Part#'s:

NINJA MR15001 Pipe
NINJA MR14002 Conical Header

Good luck & Enjoy your Murnan Ninja!

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Old 04-13-2007, 11:23 PM   #3
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Congrats on your purchase!
Great choice on picking an Engine!

I've tried several Pipes & Headers with the Murnan Ninja
( JP, Novarossi, etc ). I always end up using the NINJA
Pipe & Header that were intended to be used with that
engine. The Pre-Drilled holes in the Header also match
up Perfectly to the way the Springs come out of the recessed
areas on the Engine block ....... Perfect combo! Plenty of POWER!

Part#'s:

NINJA MR15001 Pipe
NINJA MR14002 Conical Header

Good luck & Enjoy your Murnan Ninja!

Terry
Thanks for the advise. I was looking at their website and it looks like people are buying the Sirio EFRA 2013 Tuned Exhaust with Conical Header. I was thinking either the Sirio or the Ninja but I think you may have helped with my decision. Thanks again. I think this 1/8 scale thing is bad ass! I still like 1/10 scale because of the different varieties of bodies you can choose from but there is no comparison with the rush you get with the 1/8 scales.

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Congrats on your purchase!
Great choice on picking an Engine!

I've tried several Pipes & Headers with the Murnan Ninja
( JP, Novarossi, etc ). I always end up using the NINJA
Pipe & Header that were intended to be used with that
engine. The Pre-Drilled holes in the Header also match
up Perfectly to the way the Springs come out of the recessed
areas on the Engine block ....... Perfect combo! Plenty of POWER!

Part#'s:

NINJA MR15001 Pipe
NINJA MR14002 Conical Header

Good luck & Enjoy your Murnan Ninja!

Terry
Terry, where did you get your pipe/header from?


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Terry, where did you get your pipe/header from?


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They have them here:

http://www.kamikazetoysandhobbies.com/home.htm

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Are there 2 different pipes for from mugen. I saw the one that said "EFRA --2053" on different websites and I saw the one that said "EFRA -- 1234" on the Mugen site. Does anybody know the difference between the 2?

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