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Old 06-06-2011, 06:25 PM
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Has anyone tried Novarossi 21-4c or Fusion X7 engines with OS 2050 or 2060 tuned pipes? Trying to get some feedback on this combo.
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Has anyone tried Novarossi 21-4c or Fusion X7 engines with OS 2050 or 2060 tuned pipes? Trying to get some feedback on this combo.
NovaRossi engines do not like the 2050 , 2060 works well but still not the best
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Monty, thanks for the info. What pipe would you say for Fusion x7 extreme in a buggy? Looking more for low-med power, don't really need excessive top end?
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Monty, thanks for the info. What pipe would you say for Fusion x7 extreme in a buggy? Looking more for low-med power, don't really need excessive top end?
9901/41021 is great , ran it all week at nationals with no issues

had to find the perfect clutch setup for my driving on the thunder alley dirt and challenging layout but that had nothing to do with the engine


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9901/41021 is great , ran it all week at nationals with no issues

had to find the perfect clutch setup for my driving on the thunder alley dirt and challenging layout but that had nothing to do with the engine


runtimes were PHENOMENAL!!! serious
Hi Monty.
You were in my neck of the woods, 30 miles from home. I do have a 9853 pipe and 41020 header at the moment. What's your though on that combo. If I get a 9901, would the 41020 be ok or would 41021 make that much difference?
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Hi Monty.
You were in my neck of the woods, 30 miles from home. I do have a 9853 pipe and 41020 header at the moment. What's your though on that combo. If I get a 9901, would the 41020 be ok or would 41021 make that much difference?
did you stop by ? was at thunder alley for a good portion of the week


ya , the 20 header is good as long as you dont need a ton of top end , it works fairly well with either of those pipes in tre truck , not recommended for buggy though


i would suggest having the 21 header in your arsenal for 99% of the tracks
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did you stop by ? was at thunder alley for a good portion of the week


ya , the 20 header is good as long as you dont need a ton of top end , it works fairly well with either of those pipes in tre truck , not recommended for buggy though


i would suggest having the 21 header in your arsenal for 99% of the tracks
Monty,
was on the honey-do last week. next time
Thanks for the good advise, sure I will have more for you.
I'll ask on your thread after this. Thanks again, Jim
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