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John Lucas 401/12/2018 15:24:48
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Been searching the web for a tuned pipe mount, Just Engines sell one but would like the original type where a rubber O ring and bracket held the pipe in place.

Denis Watkins01/12/2018 15:28:48
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You can order insulated pipe brackets on eBay to most diameters in mm

Andrew Hogg01/12/2018 19:49:39
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Hi John,

this is what you are looking for:


Ronaldo01/12/2018 22:38:48
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This my method of mounting a pipe/can for a 55cc petrol, I don't know if it's what you have in mind, but may give some ideas. Made from 3mm good quality ply, cut larger than the diameter of the pipe/can. The black supports are silicone tubing, and the two silvery things at the front are two cup hooks which I hook a spring inside a length of silicone tube over the front end of the pipe/can as seen in the second pic.. This makes it easier to fit or remove the pipe/can.

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John Lucas 402/12/2018 17:06:20
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many thanks for your help . Should be able to get it sorted now.


Stearman6502/12/2018 22:16:26
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I used a tuned pipe back in the day, It consisted of a manifold fixed the the exhaust port, a length of heat resistant silicon tube to join it to the pipe & a terry clip fixed to the fus' to hold the pipe. That was on 40 to 60 glow engines. I remember I had a delta with an OS40 with a pipe, went like stink. The other one was a HP60 with a rear exhaust manifold, that also went like stink.

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