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Old 01-26-2006, 06:36 PM   #1
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Hey i need to no which two pipes work best on a small track and a big track
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I used to run OS V-spec, jammin's JP-1 works great on smaller track as it gives you some mad torque , for tracks that have longer straightway then go with JP-2 it provides better top end without sacraficing too much low end torque. anyways, v-spec is a torquey engine to start with you will be happy with either, good luck
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thanks for the info
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Old 02-07-2006, 11:46 PM   #4
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OS 2050 pipe and header hands down. Tried my V-Spec with both the JP-2 (low-mid range pipe) and JP-2 (mid to top-end). Retuned for both pipes and the V-Spec produced the most usable power with the 2050.
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i've gotta throw the RB053 with long header in there! works awesome.
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Mattman OS-2050.
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