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Old 07-09-2002, 05:50 AM
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Thanks guys. Will try it on my "squared" pipe...after being terrorized by a few road bullies...
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Old 07-25-2002, 12:33 AM
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hey what about RD logic pipe i hear it's good! that's not misspelled, it's RD logic pipe how much are those?
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Old 07-25-2002, 01:38 AM
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Originally posted by compaq888
hey what about RD logic pipe i hear it's good! that's not misspelled, it's RD logic pipe how much are those?
RD logic pipe are pretty good. Some people like AH10 on the forum use them, and they like it. I like the price and performace that it can get.

I got a nova pipe inline pipe, it is soft, but not as soft as RB i think. I ready have 2 dent on it. I don't like to use a coupler because someone will always t-bone me and cause a coupler blow out. So I got a inline instead, it was strong enought to hold both pipe and header in place. About the Frozen pipe fixture, will any chance the pipe over expand?
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Old 07-25-2002, 01:56 AM
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AH10 told me about them, he has the illegal version of it
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Old 07-25-2002, 02:54 AM
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Originally posted by Team_Akina_1

About the Frozen pipe fixture, will any chance the pipe over expand?
yeah a little bit. depending on the material used for the pipe. my old reb pipe bloated up real bad. the seprent pipe kind of expanded a fraction. if you freeze it several times it will changed shape
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Old 07-25-2002, 03:18 AM
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DOH!, I guss i'll fill it up a lil just enought to pust the stinger out...
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Old 07-25-2002, 08:23 AM
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I tried freezing a couple of pipes with water overnight for 12 hours. The first pipe, Paris Turbo ring that exploded and ripped apart. The second pipe a novarossi didn't do anything, NONE of the dents got pushed out even a mm.
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Old 07-25-2002, 12:42 PM
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I'm thinking of getting a new pipe for my nrs4. It has a RB c12 turbo on it with a dynamite header, along with a cvec. Im wondering what pipe would work best at mid-top end or just top end. Only thing i like about my cvec is that it is loud and has a great sound(sounds like a low gargling sounds ). Also how does the thickness of the manifold(header) help sound and power . Any opinion would help good, bad, and/or the ugly.
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Old 07-26-2002, 04:24 AM
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u can match the port size of the manfoldd to the exhaust port if the port on the manifold is smaller then the one on the engine just get the good old dremal out and get rid of some alloy till they are the same size and shape this makes the exhaust flow smother and faster and it goes faster and sounds a bit louder
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Old 07-26-2002, 09:35 PM
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Thank you brett. I just might do that. More exaust flow wont hurt a bit .
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Old 07-26-2002, 11:00 PM
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Not a bit it also makes the engine more efficent
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Old 07-27-2002, 08:32 AM
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Umm.. Having a thinner or smaller bore header gets the exhaust out quicker and more efficiently making it more of a high speed header. Thats why high speed pipes are always shorther and thinner than tourque pipes. Don't Drill, leave it the way it is.
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Old 07-27-2002, 04:39 PM
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i am talking about the manfold and it just stops the exhaust flow bouncing back into the cylinder everybody at the track with side ports has done it including me and it work wonders
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Old 07-27-2002, 07:28 PM
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Yeah the manifold(header). I should get a slight boost in top speed. im running the cvec so who knows. with my current gearing on my nrs4, i have the 2nd gear 20/37 so speed isnt a problem. But i do like my engine running in top condition and anything to help it would be great. I finally got the hang of tuning. And from what I heard tuning a RB isnt too easy so im pround of myself . Since i only bash knowing the speed of my car isnt too important. I just like to have fun. Well I do race my but but his r/c cant touch my nrs4 . Ah well im just rambling on. thanx again
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