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Old 09-10-2006, 10:03 AM   #1
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Default Racers Edge .32 and Paul Coleman EFRA-2027

I have a Hot bodies LSP Pro-R with a Racers Edge .32. I broke the engine in on an HPI Hellfire with a stock header and hellfire pipe. When i put the engine in the LSP, I installed a Paul Colman EFRA-2027 pipe on, because i was told it was a top-end pipe and thought it would help the .32 to get a few more RPM's. I raced it yesterday and it seemed like it wouldn't get out of the midrange and sounded like it was rich. No amount of tuning would work, the temps went up and down depending on settings, but performance didn't. Am i using the wrong pipe and its killing all rev-ability? Or, could there be something else? I am going back to the hellfire header and pipe to see if the pipe is the problem

thanks in advance for any info and suggestions
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Try a Mugen MSR1005 pipe. It should wake up that 32....
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