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Old 09-17-2004, 02:31 PM   #15736
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Can any body tell me what will be the difference between this to Nova Rossi Pipes


Novarossi Polish Inline Turbo 5mm Pipe for .12


Novarossi Polish Inline Turbo 6mm Pipe for .12

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Old 09-17-2004, 02:32 PM   #15737
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Can any body tell me what will be the difference between this to Nova Rossi Pipes


Novarossi Polish Inline Turbo 5mm Pipe for .12


Novarossi Polish Inline Turbo 6mm Pipe for .12

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One is legal and one is outlaw.

OK, 'nuf fun. The 6mm would give you more power.
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Old 09-17-2004, 02:36 PM   #15738
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I just finished my 710 and was wondering about gear ratios. I will be racing on tracks that are 130'x60' and 140'x70'. Will the stock gearing be appropriate for tracks this size?

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It is more than adequate. Personally I would go with 16-21 and 60-56.
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Old 09-17-2004, 02:45 PM   #15739
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Thanks for the answer.

If you had to choose between this to outlaw pipes for the Novarossi NRS-RR12L5


Max Power .12 Outlaw Inline Exhaust Set

Novarossi Polish Turbo Pipe/Manifold Complete Inline set for .12

Which one would choose?
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if i am not mistaken S&S loves outlaw. (he's a bad, baad man!)
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Old 09-17-2004, 02:51 PM   #15741
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Thanks for the answer.

If you had to choose between this to outlaw pipes for the Novarossi NRS-RR12L5


Max Power .12 Outlaw Inline Exhaust Set

Novarossi Polish Turbo Pipe/Manifold Complete Inline set for .12

Which one would choose?
rcpanama, I have to say packetdreamer is right ... I just love outlaw and go wild!

I would choose the 6mm NovaRossi. The TP06 outlaw NovaMega pipe is best with your RR12L5 from what I've seen.
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if i am not mistaken S&S loves outlaw. (he's a bad, baad man!)
The Dick Turpin of 1/10th Nitro racing!
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It is more than adequate. Personally I would go with 16-21 and 60-56.
What tire diameter? Am I reading the gear ratio chart right, are the front tires supposed to be 1mm shorter than the rear or am I supposed to run some overdrive?
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if only we could stop him him from spittin' chew on track.
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There can be only one.
And at least you get your sentance construction correct, unlike someone else who used this phrase earlier on
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What tire diameter? Am I reading the gear ratio chart right, are the front tires supposed to be 1mm shorter than the rear or am I supposed to run some overdrive?
this is a good question (i can tell because i was wondering the same thing )
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What tire diameter? Am I reading the gear ratio chart right, are the front tires supposed to be 1mm shorter than the rear or am I supposed to run some overdrive?
Its much better to run with the diameter 1mm smaller in the front.

Use the same chart to decide your tire diameter.
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And at least you get your sentance construction correct, unlike someone else who used this phrase earlier on
Careful what you say about that other guy. He's a friend of mine.
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