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OS .32SX, tuned exhaust options

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Old 06-07-2009, 05:32 PM
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Default OS .32SX, tuned exhaust options

I'm about to finish something in the next few weeks for my .32SX, and I want to know about my options for a tuned exhaust.

I've always run the .32 with the stock muffler, and I was seeing 18,000 on the ground with an APC 9x7 cut down to 8" on 15%fuel. I'm looking for numbers and performance data with different exhaust options, specifically Ultra thrust, Jett, and any full length pipe combos available.

I seem to vaguely recall bob27s posting some time back that Jett made an LX pipe for the .32 that was tuned for higher RPMthan even the standard Jett pipe but Ican't seem to turn it up in any searches. Anybody know about that one?
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Old 06-07-2009, 08:00 PM
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Default RE: OS .32SX, tuned exhaust options

LD, 18,000 with a 8x8 APC is standard with 15% nitro and a MAC's full tuned pipe. You might find that the increase in the airplane's actual speed isn't worth the extra cost.
Everyone is looking for easy bolt on speed, but you know how the rest goes.......
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Default RE: OS .32SX, tuned exhaust options

get the jett standard muffler.
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