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Old 02-18-2014, 09:16 PM   #7391
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Thanks Dale

Not sure about the best airframe..... But it will be interesting and should be fun
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Lets see, we're very close to one year for the GP-123 V1 that's basically useless in planes all across N. America...and V2 still unproven by the Beta testers...I bet he's working o V3 as we type!!

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Anyone try the JTEC tuned pipes? Maybe something different to try. Any thoughts?
Going to get a set Jeff....I'm very interested in their claims!
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Old 02-18-2014, 09:43 PM   #7395
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Going to get a set Jeff....I'm very interested in their claims!
The smaller diameter has my interest. They are suppose to be tuned for the bottom and mid range. That is where I fly.
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Old 02-18-2014, 09:50 PM   #7396
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The smaller diameter has my interest. They are suppose to be tuned for the bottom and mid range. That is where I fly.
Yes, they seem very interesting indeed.
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Old 02-18-2014, 09:51 PM   #7397
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Re: The never ending engine thread, East-West

Just caught up

Brian sent me over the link to FG about those JTEC pipes. I laughed at the few that said the pipes really perked up motors that were on mufflers and canisters!!..... No kidding, LOL. I'm glad they noticed an increase or JTEC would need to rethink the design, LOL!! I'd be interested to see some pipe comparisons

On another note, very exciting news coming out of the Planebender shop these days!! Excited about the Large SmoothPipes!! Dave and I have talked a fair bit lately - his perspective on testing and backpressure and pipe design is very intriging and you can see just how much knowledge him and the designer have
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Just ordered a set of the new J-Tec H90 tuned pipes!
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