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Old 07-20-2005, 01:46 AM   #211
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Awesome jobs by all of my team mates! I wish I could have made it there to help out with pitting but instead I am stuck here in rainy China at the moment. I will hopefully be back RC racing in a week when I get to Taiwan and try to break my idol's track record at Silverstone. J/K
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Awesome jobs by all of my team mates! I wish I could have made it there to help out with pitting but instead I am stuck here in rainy China at the moment. I will hopefully be back RC racing in a week when I get to Taiwan and try to break my idol's track record at Silverstone. J/K
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Old 07-22-2005, 02:12 PM   #214
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I just wanted to stop by and tell anyone thats reading this that if you arent running a one of the Skyline pipes, you should be. These things are awesome. They have the best overall package out of any pipe i've run. Awesome power (top and bottom end), and also great for mileage. Doesnt get much better then that. The other good part is now I dont have to worry about testing different pipes because the Skyline is already the best. So, try one out and you'll find out what I mean.

Oh, and the RRR towers can take one hell of a beating so run that too.
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Old 07-22-2005, 02:26 PM   #215
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I just wanted to stop by and tell anyone thats reading this that if you arent running a one of the Skyline pipes, you should be. These things are awesome. They have the best overall package out of any pipe i've run. Awesome power (top and bottom end), and also great for mileage. Doesnt get much better then that. The other good part is now I dont have to worry about testing different pipes because the Skyline is already the best. So, try one out and you'll find out what I mean.

Oh, and the RRR towers can take one hell of a beating so run that too.
i was thinking what pipe is the best. let me just share a tad of information. ralph burch distributes Max (fantini) motors. he also distributes their pipes. at the nationals, (i pit across from him and saw what he runs) he ran the max motor with a skyline vr12 pipe. that in itself should tell you what kindof pipe skyline produces. (p.s. skyline is not sponsoring me at all, i just keep their name in my signature because i think they are one of the very good companies out there that actually stand behind their product and provide the best customer support)
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Old 07-22-2005, 03:06 PM   #216
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I did test pipes on X-Dyno with Brian and we did test different pipes-conclusion is that-Skyline pipe turn my son's REX to 45K RPMs (actualy it was 47K, but test time is 6 second and engine reach max after test time was over) and the rest of pipes is only 43K RPMs. So that pipe not only get more RPM, it keeps engine pooling more more and more. I do have phisical proove-print outs and test was done on certifyed Dyno, not at just home made brak in stand. HP on that pipe is about 10% higher then on another pipes, torq accodingly. one more thing-it brings engine to max HP earlier then any other pipes.
There is no doubts what we are going to use-only VR12!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Highely recomended pipe for any type of tracks.
Keep a good work Ken!!!!!!
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Old 07-22-2005, 03:13 PM   #217
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congratulations on making the A-main at the Roar nats Bobby Flack.
Your car looked like it got better and better during the weekend.
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Thanks! It was a struggle for the first couple days. Never really found anything decent until Saturday, when I got the car going pretty good. Never really experienced a track like that so it was a lot of work trying to figure out what the heck I needed to do.
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i was thinking what pipe is the best. let me just share a tad of information. ralph burch distributes Max (fantini) motors. he also distributes their pipes. at the nationals, (i pit across from him and saw what he runs) he ran the max motor with a skyline vr12 pipe. that in itself should tell you what kindof pipe skyline produces. (p.s. skyline is not sponsoring me at all, i just keep their name in my signature because i think they are one of the very good companies out there that actually stand behind their product and provide the best customer support)
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sorry Mark!!! i couldnt help myself.
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Old 07-25-2005, 08:12 AM   #221
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Free bump for a company that makes excellent products!

Their VR12 Pipe.... Very highly recommended
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I did test pipes on X-Dyno with Brian and we did test different pipes-conclusion is that-Skyline pipe turn my son's REX to 45K RPMs (actualy it was 47K, but test time is 6 second and engine reach max after test time was over) and the rest of pipes is only 43K RPMs. So that pipe not only get more RPM, it keeps engine pooling more more and more. I do have phisical proove-print outs and test was done on certifyed Dyno, not at just home made brak in stand. HP on that pipe is about 10% higher then on another pipes, torq accodingly. one more thing-it brings engine to max HP earlier then any other pipes.
There is no doubts what we are going to use-only VR12!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Keep a good work Ken!!!!!!
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Edward nice website.
hi mark. check out my new design for the rjv race. hope you guys like it.
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hi mark. check out my new design for the rjv race. hope you guys like it.
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Old 07-29-2005, 05:04 PM   #225
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Sweet paint job Jeremy.
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