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Old 02-22-2014, 06:42 AM   #7571
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Any thoughts on an ES pipe comparison with these as well?

Or just too many options to consider all competitors? And not enough time to get everything tested ...
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Old 02-22-2014, 07:09 AM   #7572
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Any thoughts on an ES pipe comparison with these as well?

Or just too many options to consider all competitors? And not enough time to get everything tested ...
ES doesn't have a pipe for the larger engines.
They only go up to a 55cc pipe. Works on our 60's. But way to small for anything bigger
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Old 02-22-2014, 08:22 AM   #7573
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Shorter and lighter eh ??? That will be a huge bonus if the pipes perform well.
I also noticed in the dimensions Lorne posted, that the stinger outlet is 3/4 inch.
That's huge on a tuned pipe for our engines.
Can't wait to hear what they sound like
brad, dale asked what the dimensions of the 60cc smooth pipe were

the only dimension the same is the diameter
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Old 02-22-2014, 09:11 AM   #7574
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ES doesn't have a pipe for the larger engines.
They only go up to a 55cc pipe. Works on our 60's. But way to small for anything bigger
There is my lesson for the day! Thx Brad!

I got thrown off by the Trevor's ES pipes on the MVVS190, but they were single headers on 4 cyl.

I guess use 2-1 headers for quads and 2 pipes is most common.
(Or should I say single headers on a quad is rare!! Lol)

Cool. Noted!

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Old 02-22-2014, 09:36 AM   #7575
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Hope I am aloud to say same diameter of the 60cc smooth pipe lighter than the re3 pipes
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Still no dimensions provided.
http://www.pro-rc.ca/proflow-smoothpipe/

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Here is the dimensions of the 60 cc smooth pipe. The large size will be same OD but will be a little longer


Length: 29”
OD: 2 ”
Inlet OD: 1”
Outlet OD: ”
Weight: 10.3 oz
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brad, dale asked what the dimensions of the 60cc smooth pipe were

the only dimension the same is the diameter
No, your claim was the same diameter as the 60cc smooth pipe.
Dale asked why those dimensions were not available on your web site.

http://www.pro-rc.ca/proflow-smoothpipe/

They are there this morning.


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Old 02-22-2014, 03:32 PM   #7576
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It's like magic!!! Nice work Dale

Just had another great chat with Dave at Planebender. No doubt in my mine now that these new large smooth pipes are gonna change the pipe world some really neat stuff they are doing differently than the competition and it looks like their theory is paying off!!
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It's like magic!!! Nice work Dale

Just had another great chat with Dave at Planebender. No doubt in my mine now that these new large smooth pipes are gonna change the pipe world some really neat stuff they are doing differently than the competition and it looks like their theory is paying off!!
Sweet, can't wait to see real results!
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Old 02-22-2014, 05:23 PM   #7578
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It's like magic!!! Nice work Dale

Just had another great chat with Dave at Planebender. No doubt in my mine now that these new large smooth pipes are gonna change the pipe world some really neat stuff they are doing differently than the competition and it looks like their theory is paying off!!
One set at a time.
(joke)

I am really looking forward to the ZDZ 160 numbers. Say a personal interest.
Hope you really get to the sweet spot.
Of interest, would be nice to have a GP176 available for testing, as well.

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One set at a time.
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I am really looking forward to the ZDZ 160 numbers. Say a personal interest.
Hope you really get to the sweet spot.
Of interest, would be nice to have a GP176 available for testing, as well.

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Re: The never ending engine thread, East-West

Dale who is the fella on here that was teaching the tuning course to Jack?
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