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Old 03-27-2005, 06:37 PM   #1
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Has anyone used the Mugen Seiki racing pipe for 1/10? How do you like it?
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Mugen Conical header/Pipe combo is great in my opinion. Real good combo of low end punch and top end rip. And the pipe just seems stronger and able to take a T-bone hit better than some cheaper pipes. The downfall is they are rather expensive, but I guess you get what you pay for.
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Mugen Conical header/Pipe combo is great in my opinion. Real good combo of low end punch and top end rip. And the pipe just seems stronger and able to take a T-bone hit better than some cheaper pipes. The downfall is they are rather expensive, but I guess you get what you pay for.
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Has anyone used the Mugen Seiki racing pipe for 1/10? How do you like it?
Best pipe combo for any Nova based engine out there and for STS engines to. It simply has everything, low, mid and high end punch.

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Which model Mugen pipe is this?
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I think they are referring to this one...

http://www.the-border.com/image.php?productid=19791
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I think that is the old model. The new ones got the funky new Mugen logo. By the way, why didn't you race last weekend? I was plagued with bad luck. The car handled beautifully though. First heat running with an overtightened side belt pulley, 2nd heat was crashed into by another car, I ran the third heat with a broken thrust bearing causing excessive drag and subsequently causing me to run out of fuel before 5 min. Anyway managed to qualify for the Mugen Cup finals well enough.
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I think that is the old model. The new ones got the funky new Mugen logo.
Ummm... Have not seen that one.

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By the way, why didn't you race last weekend? I was plagued with bad luck. The car handled beautifully though. First heat running with an overtightened side belt pulley, 2nd heat was crashed into by another car, I ran the third heat with a broken thrust bearing causing excessive drag and subsequently causing me to run out of fuel before 5 min. Anyway managed to qualify for the Mugen Cup finals well enough.
Congrats on the qualification. I did not want to miss the opportunity to race seeing that it was a big one but the timing was ackward as I had other commitments... I guess I'll just have to sit in during the finals and be a pit monkey for those guys.
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I think this is the newer model of the pipe

http://acehardwarehobbies.com/2.2/ca...d97b71c2d85226
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I think this is the newer model of the pipe

http://acehardwarehobbies.com/2.2/ca...d97b71c2d85226
Yes that is THE ONE. Actually this is a special version from Mugen USA.
The one they sell in Europe is similar to a M.Mielke pipe

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