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Best Pipe for the Woods

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I'm doing a lot of tight woods that open up to some whooped up power lines and a couple of sandy moto tracks in between.

Thinking about going to a 50T but then I will give up on the top.

Which pipe will give me the best of both worlds?

A little more low end to pull through the tight woods and give me the top for when things open up.

I've got a quickshot installed that helped a little but looking for just a little more.

C

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I went to a 51T then back down to a 50T. I run a FMF T-4 with a Powerbomb header. It really smoothed out the power band and made it really torquie evrywhere. I'm happy with the topend on mine.

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I run a 47t on the back with the ti-powercore and powerbomb for the woods. Power is super smooth and it flys out in the fast stuff. I like having the longer space in my gearing for lugging it through the woods, but depending on how you ride you might not like it.

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They use the powercore system, but that is only for the worcs racing series which is not like riding in the woods. For GNCC's, they all ride 2-strokes.

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I am running 1 tooth small then stock 48or 49 not sure its been awhile, and I am running a leoVince. :thumbsup:

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You guys seem to gear down in back. Would I even need to gear up with a new pipe?

I just need a little more for those steep rutted/rooted 1st gear East Coast hills.

I might look into a FMF Q2 or Powercore w/Powerbomb or a Yosh TRC.

I'm not looking to break the bank on a system.

I want to keep it around $400

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