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Q-lab pipe clearance time. LT500 pipes: OEM, Bills, CT Outlaw, DG, FMF Fatty, FMF OG Gold Series, Paul Turner. LT250R pipes: OEM:

Q-lab pipe clearance time. LT500 pipes: OEM, Bills, CT Outlaw, DG, FMF Fatty, FMF OG Gold Series, Paul Turner. LT250R pipes: OEM:

Thread: Dr Q vs. Jerry Hall LT500 Pipe

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  • I thought I would list these dyno runs here to show a couple of things: 1. Dr Q is not the #1 LT500 guy out there and 2. Pipe development is a long, slow, and expensive process. Matt Shearer spent a lot of time on his “new” OOF SB banshee pipes and it shows! I hope Jim Smart of Passion has the same success with his “new” pipes as well. Hats off to the guys who put in a TON of time so we can have a little more HP.

    Jerry Hall has spent over 5 years on the LT500 pipe development and is now on pipe #19.

    Here are a few dyno runs that compare the Hall LT500 pipe to the Dr. Q pipe. For the record, the Q pipe is the 2nd best pipe out there for the LT500. It was hard to find a ture apples to apples comparison but this info. is pretty darn good for the LT500 guys.

    The first graph compares the Q pipe to Hall’s #14 pipe. Hall’s is the blue graph. This is a ported LT500 (not by Hall).

    The 2nd graph is of the Q pipe vs. the #16 Hall pipe. Each pipe got 2 back to back runs so you see 4 graphs. The green and purple are the #16 Hall LT500 pipe. These are on a Hall ported “Duner”.

    The last graph shows the Hall pipes #16, #17, #18, and #19 in that order on a Hall drag ported LT500 on gas.

    I thought I would list these dyno runs here to show a couple of things: 1. Dr Q is not the #1 LT500 guy out there and 2. Pipe development is a long, slow, and expensive process. Matt Shearer spent a lot of time on his “new” OOF SB banshee pipes and it shows! I hope Jim Smart of Passion has the same success with his “new” pipes as well. Hats off to the guys who put in a TON of time so we can have a little more HP. Jerry Hall has spent over 5 years on the LT500 pipe development and ]]>