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Old 11-30-2003, 10:27 PM
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whats a good mid range-highe end pipe? i was thinking the rb 086, but is there any other?
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Old 11-30-2003, 10:47 PM
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what kind of truck do u have? since your in a MT forum my guess is u have a monster truck why do u want high speed on a mt
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Old 12-01-2003, 07:25 AM
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it is an ofna monster pirate. I said i want power not speed. Its a hill climb truck
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whats a good mid range-highe end pipe? i was thinking the rb 086, but is there any other?
The 086 pipe is an excellent pipe. It will improve the powerband all the way around, when in comparison to stock pipes. However, you'll start to realize its a top end pipe when you compare it to the mid range, and the low end pipes by Ofna, and RB. Im not sure of the number on it, but the Ofna mid range pipe is probably what you are looking for, and would work really well.

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thanks, ill check them out
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the ritter is really good on low and mid range. not to bad on top end. its a funky looking pipe but if you wire brush the black paint off you get back down to the steel and it looks very "factory". also steel resonates better than aluminum for better preformance over all. it's basicly built like a factory motocross pipe.
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