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Old 03-28-2009, 09:35 AM   #1
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I have a JP fx12 black version. My pipe is a JP 2601 but it's pretty much dead. Most online shops are backorder on the 2601. Is there another good pipe for this engine that is widely available?

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Hi,
I have a JP fx12 black version. My pipe is a JP 2601 but it's pretty much dead. Most online shops are backorder on the 2601. Is there another good pipe for this engine that is widely available?

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Im pretty sure the MAX 2602 or the JP 2620 will work out even better than the 2601. If you are unable to locate these pipes, you can always go for the fuel-thristy Nova 2630.
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Old 03-28-2009, 11:29 AM   #3
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You can also get nova 2601 which is same.

According to Uriah, even RB 2604, Max 2602 and Nova 2601 are same. He wrote this down somewhere in this forum.
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You can also get nova 2601 which is same.

According to Uriah, even RB 2604, Max 2602 and Nova 2601 are same. He wrote this down somewhere in this forum.
Sorry to say this, but Im 99.9% sure that the Max 2602 and the Nova 2601 are not the same. I have held both pipes at the same time and the 2601 is small in diameter where it connects to the header.
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Thats what I have read:

http://www.rctech.net/forum/5473057-post3076.html
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Please visit this website:

www.msv-woelbling.at/download.php?fileID=40

Thats a PDF file with the homologations of mufflers of EFRA. And you can see, the 2601 is a bit shorter which means it will provide less bottom end compared to the 2602. Theres also a few tiny differences. As you can see in Murnan's post, the word "almost" are these tiny differences. As I mentioned before, the 2620 and the 2602 are very very similar to each other, only small difference is the bigger outside diameter of the 2620 by about 0.5mm.

Hope this helps.
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