Jammin JPX-21 & JP-2 pipe combo

Old 01-20-2011, 09:37 PM
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The title says it all.........Any experience running this combo in a truggy ?
I just bought this set tonight to try in my D8T.
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Originally Posted by crazdgunman View Post
The title says it all.........Any experience running this combo in a truggy ?
I just bought this set tonight to try in my D8T.
in my years of engine knowledge i dont think i have seen anything that could kill the power the jammin (picco) engines have
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I have ran the JPX.21 with JP-1,JP-2, and JP-3 and they all worked well in their respected area's...i also like the 086 on this motor as well
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Such an obscure, nasty, dinosaur of an engine. If they make it past break-in without beating the rod to hell, it runs for gallons and gallons. Tough on fuel with crazy power.
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Originally Posted by hambone View Post
Such an obscure, nasty, dinosaur of an engine. If they make it past break-in without beating the rod to hell, it runs for gallons and gallons. Tough on fuel with crazy power.
Great engines. I also like the 086 pipe on it. It is not tough on fuel when it's clocked
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JP pipes suck the fuel on this engine but make tons of power... RB2045 gets best run time and actually smooths it out. 086 is a good pipe also for the engine. ... mine has 10+ gallons, no rebuild, just bearings been replaced twice.
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We ran these for Jammin Jay for a couple years and found the JP4 was best JP pipe in truggy and buggy on the 09' JPX.21. We ran a 7mm insert in both and with the X3 truggy ran just under 10 minutes at The Nitro Pit. The Buggy would go 8:45. we even dusted one off at the Nats in Colorado this year when our Novarossi pitched a rod. Had plenty of power at 6000' on 40% Byrons.
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They are great engines and have ran a few with great luck. I ran mine with a couple Jammin pipes and ended up liking the 086 the best and would pit at the8.5 minute mark with no problem . This is still one of the best engines that I own, Ive owned four of these, preheat and dont rush break in and the rod will be fine .
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Originally Posted by trickedout View Post
I have ran the JPX.21 with JP-1,JP-2, and JP-3 and they all worked well in their respected area's...i also like the 086 on this motor as well
I picked up a like new JP-2 hard anodized pipe on the trader section here for $40 shipped. I figure I will try that on the Jpx-21 plus I have ordered and see how it does.
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You will be fine ! Just preheat until broke in and it will help the rod wear because the pinch on this engine is brutal. These engines last a long time, best life engines that I have ran to date. Just dont run to lean and keep a clean well maintanced air filter on this engine.
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