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Triple piped Indy 650 in a Gen II chassis

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Old 11-17-2007
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Default Triple piped Indy 650 in a Gen II chassis

Anyone done it, seen it done or hear of anyone doing it?
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Old 11-18-2007
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should be pretty easy to do. use the xcr 800 motor straps and a few little pipe mods here and there and you should be good to go.
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Old 11-18-2007
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Madcow how do you think XCR 800 Pipes would work on my PSI motor? I was thinking if they would work that woul simplify the swap.
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Old 11-19-2007
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Found this picture. Looks like Aaen pipes will fit a 650 in a GenII chassis.
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Old 11-20-2007
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Just a note here to take into consideration. I'm not sure what pipes you plan to use. Aaen has different pipes for extra 12 suspension, that is what is pictured. I tried the regular Aaen pipes with mine and it wouldn't fit extra 12, had to send them back for a different set of pipes. So I'm not sure if the pre-extra 12 pipes would work or not.
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Old 11-20-2007
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I dont know what kind of pipes I am going to use yet. I just needed to know if any 650 pipes would work with GenII plastics. Now that I know there is atleast one set of pipes that will I will more than likely buy the chassis.
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Old 11-21-2007
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you can make any pipe fit any chassis. it just takes a lot of time and measuring.

the 800 pipess I dont think would work good with your motor? your best bet there would be to call psi, because are you suppose to run 650 pipes with that motor? if so the 800 pipes will be way to big, you would end up with a watercraft type motor winding out at 6500 rpm.
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Old 11-21-2007
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The motor makes it HP at 9200 rpm. That is right at what most 650 pipes make their HP at. I am sure PSI had a set of pipes for it, but it would probably cost me more than I payed for the motor to have him make me pipes. The guy I got it from ran Aaens on it and he said they worked just fine. Now that I know Aaens will work I am going to buy the chassis since I know there is a set of pipes that will fit it. I will give me SLP's a try and if they dont work I am going to look for a set of Aaens.
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Old 11-24-2007
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there you go. or you can just do some measureing to your motor and build your own pipes with the program that indy 650 made!!
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