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    RC Racer
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    two resonator pipes

    Has anyone tried to put two resonator pipes in an engine and if so would there be an increase in power?? Thanks.

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    That would actually give you a decrease in power and really make tuning a nightmare.

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    RC Racer
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    Haha ok cool thanks. What if i make a bigger header??

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    Depends on what you're wanting to use the engine for and where you're wanting the power band in the RPM range. Plenty of headers and pipes out there with the R&D and engineering work already done foe you. Pick your poison and write check.

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    Haha cool thanks bro

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milo4 View Post
    Haha ok cool thanks. What if i make a bigger header??
    This 2 stroke, valveless, ringless, blowby principled motor relies heavily on the correct amount of backpressure adding a second pipe, even if they both were nice and small, sould produce more weight than performance..... These things are not 4 strokes.....

    PIck a good pipe, a good air filter as well and you will see great performance increase...
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    Thanks i appreciate the advice you guys have saved me some head aches :P

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