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Old 01-18-2008, 05:07 PM   #151
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Yes I do have a .12 Picco the JLR and its amazing.. right now I'm getting a P7R Evo2 buggy.. got a question
Where can I get the P7R with new graphic design in cooling head?
Its sounds idiot lol, but anyone know when P7R Evo2 with new cooling head has arrived or released by ofna/picco in US?

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Old 01-18-2008, 05:29 PM   #152
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I bought mine a couple months ago from Kamikaze and it has the new head graphics.
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Old 01-18-2008, 05:51 PM   #153
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I recently talked with Kamikaze and the engine they have doesn't has the new graphic, only the onroad version not off
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Old 01-18-2008, 08:42 PM   #154
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I got mine back in August through Murnan Modified Motors with the new head graphics.

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agreed I think the lower price scares people away ,little do they know it's a strong motor and basically from my knowledge the basic for the drake.
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Old 01-19-2008, 08:10 AM   #156
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the new P7 engines from OFna have the new head graphics as well....they have had them for a few months now...
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I got mine back in August through Murnan Modified Motors with the new head graphics.

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Old 01-21-2008, 03:15 PM   #158
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hi guys,i have a dynamite 086 pipe and today i found out that the gasket that came with the engine is too small,i dont have the money to get a picco header so ill just have to find a gasket that's thick enough to seal.can you guys confirm that the OFNA Red Silicone Seal [OFN10069] will work.thanks
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No ,the gasket is to thick and to long you need to grind it down on a belt sander to make it fit.
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Has any one tried the Murnan Modified one of these ? Whats ya thoughts on it
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Has any one tried the Murnan Modified one of these ? Whats ya thoughts on it

I am currently running one. I have 4-5 gallons through it at this time. It is an absoulute POWER HOUSE with good fuel mileage! It has a strong bottom end and will not stop pulling through the top. I am not throwing a sales pitch here (just stating the truth about mine), but I have had recently (over the past two years) a P5, V-spec, 21-5, and now a 367 and none of the ones that I have owned will run with this thing. I just sent my 367 to him last week to get it modified for the Atlanta race on Feburary 1-3. Then it should keep up (or more)with the P7. Seriously, compared to a stock Picco there is a DAY and NIGHT difference. I have had several comments when I run this motor. Things like "Hey Keith you think you got enough power there", "that things screams", etc. The P7 is a great motor stock, but it is literally is like the brakes are dragging on the buggy compared to Murnan's Picco. Motor temps are always in the 220-235 range, and VERY consistant tunes.
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I read all information here but I can't decide on what pipe to get
There are a lot of options
picco
efra 069 and 2046
nova
9886
jammin
JP4 JP1
I like the picco pipes as they're made specify for P7R and in theory to get the best performance.. i read every post of pipe but its difficult a consensus
This dyno result of 9886 pipe surprise me
The JP4 seems to be based on 2046 picco, is that right?
any help will be appreciated
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the best pipe is a 086 on a short conical manifold.... 053 is very close but the 086 provides better overall power........ the JP-2 actually kills this motor pretty good...... I have X-Dyno reports on quite a few different pipes on this motor...
could you please post the reports? It will help me a lot
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I am currently running one. I have 4-5 gallons through it at this time. It is an absoulute POWER HOUSE with good fuel mileage! It has a strong bottom end and will not stop pulling through the top. I am not throwing a sales pitch here (just stating the truth about mine), but I have had recently (over the past two years) a P5, V-spec, 21-5, and now a 367 and none of the ones that I have owned will run with this thing. I just sent my 367 to him last week to get it modified for the Atlanta race on Feburary 1-3. Then it should keep up (or more)with the P7. Seriously, compared to a stock Picco there is a DAY and NIGHT difference. I have had several comments when I run this motor. Things like "Hey Keith you think you got enough power there", "that things screams", etc. The P7 is a great motor stock, but it is literally is like the brakes are dragging on the buggy compared to Murnan's Picco. Motor temps are always in the 220-235 range, and VERY consistant tunes.
Thats great to hear ive got a 12+3CT from him its been the best motor ive ever had (in my tourer) but the sound of this thing looks very promising thanks man im sold now for sure
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I use a JP1 or JP3/JP4 with my Jammin JPX21. This engine is awesome.
I also use P# OS plugs and find it works very well.
The 9886 or 086 works well but gets damaged easily.
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