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Old 07-10-2006, 03:33 AM   #1
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I am going to break in one of these this week and wonder what is the best pipe combo. Have seen people running 9886 and 2031 pipes on this engine. Has anybody run 2052 on this engine and what is the overall performance. Much appreciated yr comments
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I am going to break in one of these this week and wonder what is the best pipe combo. Have seen people running 9886 and 2031 pipes on this engine. Has anybody run 2052 on this engine and what is the overall performance. Much appreciated yr comments
haven't tried 2052 but it seems the best combo should be 9886........
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For this engine, I would use the 2052 & just use the different length manifolds that Novarossi have to suit your track. Yes, the 9886 may be faster but its a 2 chamber pipe so if your allowed to use it, then go for it however fuel consumption maybe a problem though.
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Yeah you are correct as we can use 2 chamber pipes but I am worried about fuel consumption as well becuase lately NR based modified engines are quite hard to get to the 5 minute mark (at least on my track). On a 9886 pipe the car just took off and it is quick, I will try the 2052 still even it is funky looking pipe. Thanks

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For this engine, I would use the 2052 & just use the different length manifolds that Novarossi have to suit your track. Yes, the 9886 may be faster but its a 2 chamber pipe so if your allowed to use it, then go for it however fuel consumption maybe a problem though.
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Yeah you are correct as we can use 2 chamber pipes but I am worried about fuel consumption as well becuase lately NR based modified engines are quite hard to get to the 5 minute mark (at least on my track). On a 9886 pipe the car just took off and it is quick, I will try the 2052 still even it is funky looking pipe. Thanks
i have the 2630 pipe for my .12. its probably not the same as the 2052, but with my 2630, i make EXTREME power. but run time is really hard for me. for club racing i use a Rody Rome V12. it used to run about 6 minutes. with the 2630 i was down to barely 5minutes. i dont know if the 2052 will do the same, buttttttt give it a shot! anywhoo if you want to make runtime with or without the 9886 or 2052. use MAXY's fuel!

other pipes you can try are: nova 2006, or the 2015. in combo with the different manifolds!

hope my input gave you a little insight.
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