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Old 07-04-2009, 09:04 PM   #1
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whats the avg run time for a race engine... i just wanna make sure mine is up to par and not to rich... just to speculate on what engine has better CC-Mileage, im running the .12JLR
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Old 07-05-2009, 12:00 AM   #2
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runtime really depend on engine,pipe combination ,track,plug number and climate.

here is what i tested in malaysia at the same track:
race engine like OS speed and nova 3sct just enough 5- 5.15mins/tank(both #7).
JP-p3L(#7) and picco JL tuned(picco p6TC) makes about 5.45 - 6mins.
GRP marrio rossi tuned makes near to 6 - 6.15mins(C6).
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I m running JLR tuned too, with Sirio 2611 pipe 25% Nitro I can get 6min30, with HEC 7mm stinger outlaw pipe is around 5mins 15.
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thats awfully big difference is it faster on top end with hec pipe?
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thats awfully big difference is it faster on top end with hec pipe?
Yep, I really like HEC pipes, the power is everywhere from low to high end, I always use it for practice as well as club races which do not have pipe restriction rules. Its also very durable. I also have the 6mm one but yet to try it.
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i second that i brought 2 hec pipes too, 6 and 7mm but only 1 fat manifold with 6 fin conical like the 6 better, all rounder performance but power band on top was a bit sluggish. i have no knowledge with pipe combination, thats why i need to check
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