Exhaust Pipe for JP Engine

Old 02-26-2011, 12:23 AM
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I have a JP Gimar Engine, now i don't know chose which pipe, JP4 or JP1.
Can u give me some ideas!
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Old 02-26-2011, 01:24 AM
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Since it's a Novarossi based engine your probably best off with a Nova pipe.
Depending on what your looking for from a pipe: 9853 / 2084 / 9886 / 9901. Preferably the "Super Strong" versions for more durability (altho i don't think there's a SS version of the 9886).
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Nova pipe is best but i don't like it, because it's so soft, so i choose JP, which is harder. But now i have two choice is JP1 or JP4.
I don't know which is best for my engine!
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The 2084 would probably be best as houston. Check his thread.
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Originally Posted by tangos View Post
I have a JP Gimar Engine, now i don't know chose which pipe, JP4 or JP1.
Can u give me some ideas!
wich gimar engine, than can help w/pipe, btw have u run it yet? they must be beastly!!! enjoy..btw i would ONLY run a nOVAROSSI pipe etc..like stated ask houston from houston engine service after you let us know how many ports etc,
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Old 02-26-2011, 07:45 AM
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At my place, to difficult too buy nova pipe, it's verry expensive.
My JP Gimar engine have 5 ports!
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Nothing will work like nova pipe on it, 9853SS/41021 or 9886/41021. 2nd choice would be dynamite 086 or 053. They don't perform as well. Don't skimp on pipe with a nice engine.
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If you need a stronger pipe for it, a Werks 2013 is EXCELLENT on Nova based motors. Sounds crazy I know but it works (no pun intended)
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Originally Posted by wingracer View Post
If you need a stronger pipe for it, a Werks 2013 is EXCELLENT on Nova based motors. Sounds crazy I know but it works (no pun intended)
I'll have to try my werks 2013 on my JP and RB. Keep forgetting about that, lol. I heard it works great on nova engines.
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So no one choose JP1,2,3,4 pipe. Thank all, i'll find nova pipe
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Originally Posted by tangos View Post
So no one choose JP1,2,3,4 pipe. Thank all, i'll find nova pipe
Buggy or truggy?
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Buggy MBX6.
I just have to choose btw JP1 and JP4 pipe.
But i don't know which is better!
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jp1 will give you more bottom jp4 will be smoother bottom better top end on larger tracks
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