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Old 11-01-2008, 02:13 AM   #1
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Default Novarossi 2630 or 2602 for Maxpower MF

which pipe do you guys recommend for the Maxpower MF.12, i was looking to get the 2630, but someone said they very thirtsy pipes, and that the 2602 is better suited to the Max MF.12. We run a short technical track, not many straight sections and no sweepers. Does anyone have any suggestions or any comments on the 2630 and the 2602?

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i dunno about those pipes but u need one that has a long header and a short Fat pipe. sorry i couldnt be of more help, ask some1 down at the track if u dont get any other response
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I'd go with the 2602, for sure.

It gives better mid range and better fuel mileage than the 2630 and your straights are not that long.
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ive also heard that the 2630 has a better bottom end, would it not suit the track better seeing as its more of a track that need a better bottom end power than top end power?
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2602 has more bottom to mid, and 2630 has more top end, 2602 makes more mileage. thats what i know
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2602 has more bottom to mid, and 2630 has more top end, 2602 makes more mileage. thats what i know


i was told that the 2630 has more bottom end power than the 2602
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use the Max Power 2615 complete pipe as this was made for that motor. no other header fits this pipe other than the max
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2615, how is this pipe different to the 2602 and 2630. i know of guys that run 2602 and the 2630 from what ive seen around, but never heard of the 2615?
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the conical header opens out to a 21 size manifold with a really short pipe.

it give good fuel ecno , it gives mid to top end power which is what you want for that motor , i also run that motor here in AUS. Fantastic for all the 1 gear work for the track.
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