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Old 08-09-2012, 12:50 PM
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I have a brand new Savage X with a LRP 30 engine. I wanna know what is the best exhaust pipe that I can buy?
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Old 08-09-2012, 02:02 PM
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http://www.extremercmods.com/pipes
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For the price the tuned HPI pipe can't be beat.
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Even for free the hpi pipe is crap,

Put an ofna 053 pipe on you're lrp30, the 053 pipe works excellent with these motors.
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A local hobby shop recommended the RD Logistics pipe
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A local hobby shop recommended the RD Logistics pipe
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHH!!!!
That's because they want you to buy it, hate it, break it, then come back and buy something different.

Agree the HPI pipe isn't worth the money, just get an ERCM if you want "the best pipe" as you stated, pretty much guaranteed not to dent, and has great all around power that you can tune with header length, end bleed is LOUD, side bleed isn't AS loud.
Or if you don't want something spendy, the Ofna or Dynamite 053.
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I put an ofna .086 pipe and header on mine, it is loud as all hell and just rips, I love it. I don't like my niebors though.......
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I put an ofna .086 pipe and header on mine, it is loud as all hell and just rips, I love it. I don't like my niebors though.......
this is the way to go, the ofna 086, 053 focus's on the midrange, lrp 30 already has a ton of midrange, 086 focus's on top end, where the 30 needs help.
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You can always use a shorter header for top end, longer for mid/bottom too.
If you don't get a spring coupled model you could shorten/lengthen the coupler to adjust.

As long as you don't use an RD Logics you'll spend your money well lol.
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