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Old 05-01-2017, 08:40 AM   #1
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Default Exhaust Cooler on an OS Pipe?

Does anyone run an exhaust cooler with an OS pipe? I'm in FL and I always used to run one with my Nova pipes, but on an OS 2090 pipe, the pressure inlet is reversed and I'm wondering where or how anyone mounts one with the OS pipe. I'm running TLR 4.0 buggies & truggies, if that helps. Any advice and/or mounting pics would be greatly appreciated. Thx
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I have not, since the VZ-B, currently Running a Spec II in Truggy and Buggy, without any sort of cooler.

I do run one in On-Road, only because i had mounted it directly to the chassis.
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Ill be watching this thread. I've been in the hobby for almost 30 years but I've never ran a cooler. I really need to study up on the pros and cons and what nessecitates running one.
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