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    J Pipe Question

    Its my understanding (and I could be wrong ) there are three different "J" pipes. One with a Red label for maybe 215 HP motors--and two others--a blue label and a yellow label. Does anyone know what the other two go to and what the differences is for all three. Thanks.
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    It seems to me that Shibby posted about the differences. IIRC, one was for the 155-hp NA engine, one for the 185-hp SC engine and one for the 215-hp SCIC engine. I don't remember the colors, but the 215-hp j-pipe was the best/longest lasting... Ron

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    From a talk i had with a guy from seadoo. the 215 (red label ones are made from a diff material than the other pipes. he says that the other ones will melt down if used on a s/c engine.

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    I think King of Fun is correct. I thought it was stated that the difference was in the heat rating or quality of the fexible material that connects the j pipe to manifold.
    Again this is only what i recall and may or maynot be correct.

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    - Red label is 215hp (more resistant to high temp)
    - Yelow label is 155hp
    - White label is 185hp

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    Well lets say the label fell off or came off! How do we know the difference? I think Ray has a J pipe, but the label is gone!

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    Without the label i wouldn't have a clue how to tell them apart.

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    Where is the label supposed to be ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrbtd View Post
    Where is the label supposed to be ?
    I believe is is just a sticker that is a colored dot. Not real big.

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    i have an 04 RXP white label J-pipe on my 07 RXP as it sits and it has performed great thus far!!!!!!!!!!!!

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