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Old 02-13-2008, 02:39 PM   #796
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Looks like it is based off of the 367 buggy engine. The reason I say that is Novarossi 15011 crankshaft is out of the 367 engine.
Nope! Its not from that engine. I have a 367, it doesn't look anywhere near the same as that crank, trust me. The part number swap with Novarossi is not the same with the JP.
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Nope! Its not from that engine. I have a 367, it doesn't look anywhere near the same as that crank, trust me. The part number swap with Novarossi is not the same with the JP.
I believe you, except the part about the part number swap. I also own/have owned JP engines and all the part numbers swap over identically. I guess it isn't in this case.
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Old 02-13-2008, 08:38 PM   #798
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I believe you, except the part about the part number swap. I also own/have owned JP engines and all the part numbers swap over identically. I guess it isn't in this case.
Same here, I have nova and jp engines and they usually cross over the numbers, but on the top end series, there is some misleading part number swapping that don't make sense. I'm hearing that the JP R7/R9 engines have 35 plus 21 cranks. Not sure, but what the hell, I don't have one so I wouldn't know.
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Old 02-13-2008, 08:58 PM   #799
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Try sending an email to JP. Tell them some story why you can't get a JP crank, but nova stuff is plentiful. I don't really know, but make up something good. I have found they usually answer emails the same day they get it.
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Hi,

Anybody knows any webstores that sells JP engines?
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I Purchased my JP's from Brooklyn Hobbies...
Great service and the best prices
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Old 07-17-2008, 09:31 PM   #802
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I Purchased my JP's from Brooklyn Hobbies...
Great service and the best prices
They dun have alot of .12 engines

Thanks anyways, i got mine from Kamikaze, great guys there.
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What is the best Pipe for the 21 Eagle 9 port as well the new Eagle 12?
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What is the best Pipe for the 21 Eagle 9 port as well the new Eagle 12?
for the ..12 the JP 2620 and conical header and for the .21 the 2015 and medium header, thats based on my testing...
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for the ..12 the JP 2620 and conical header and for the .21 the 2015 and medium header, thats based on my testing...
hi, can you get 5 mins+ runtime on a medium to high speed, medium/large track for th 12 and JP 2620 and conical header combination ?

thanks ...
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hi, can you get 5 mins+ runtime on a medium to high speed, medium/large track for th 12 and JP 2620 and conical header combination ?

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for runtime issues you should not have any problems with the 2620...
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for the ..12 the JP 2620 and conical header and for the .21 the 2015 and medium header, thats based on my testing...
i believe 2602 from mega or max(same pipe) works the best.
The 2620 makes the engine perform a bit flat, it performes ok in all ranges but no real grunt.
The 2602 wil give the engine more mid and topspeed.
then you have the 2601 which works good aswell, but it's totally focused on top speed.
I always use a short conical header(5 fins).
And don't try the 2630, its completly shit. If you want any decent performance out of it your engine will overheat.
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the 2602 and 2620 pipe is the same pipe the only difference is the header both kits come with... if you feel it performs different its maybe you got a bad pipe because i have tried them both and i cant tell a difference..
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i believe 2602 from mega or max(same pipe) works the best.
The 2620 makes the engine perform a bit flat, it performes ok in all ranges but no real grunt.
The 2602 wil give the engine more mid and topspeed.
then you have the 2601 which works good aswell, but it's totally focused on top speed.
I always use a short conical header(5 fins).
And don't try the 2630, its completly shit. If you want any decent performance out of it your engine will overheat.
If you say 2630 is completely shit, then I am in trouble. Apparently, I am unable to lay my hands on a 2602 or a 2601 pipe!!

Everybody's out of stock or it is out of production or everybody grab it for the Worlds'???
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the 2602 and 2620 pipe is the same pipe the only difference is the header both kits come with... if you feel it performs different its maybe you got a bad pipe because i have tried them both and i cant tell a difference..
The header in the mega version is the thing that makes the difference because it has a different innner diameter, larger than normal pipes.
This is why it rev's better.

btw the rb 2604, is the same as the 2602 max, maybe you could get your hands on that one.

@ arawark, yes i know, really hard to come by, maybe try if you can order the pipe at a european site, but even i cant get any mega 2602 pipes any more and i live 10 minutes from the serpent factory.
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