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Old 06-18-2008, 10:10 AM   #211
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And now in stock Picco P7r Evo "3" more top end than before, part number 51216
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I run-in the engine with 3 liter of nitro.then wash everything. The inner parts all in perfect condition.Yes,it's good to run the engine rich at low end.This engine is a monster!
I used RB plug #6
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Old 08-29-2008, 06:59 AM   #213
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Anyone know where can online order the conrod for this engine?
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Anyone know where can online order the conrod for this engine?
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here is a different version of the picco p7r evo 3.it's a German [i think] version .
does any one know something for it?
it's called MM version or something like that...
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It's a MW Model Cars Racing Version (different head)

Available here....

http://www.sonnleitner.at/mw/include.php?path=start.php

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can anyone tell me if the fuel mileage on the evo 3 is any better than the evo2. The evo 2 was a monster on power but it definitly can't run 9-10 mins on a tank like the V-Specs and GRP's can

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Old 10-07-2008, 09:36 PM   #218
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I have the EDO P7-R Rally version with TKO ceramic bearings, 8mm carb venturi, EFRA 2059 pipe and RB#6 plug., the things has insane power... it looks like a rapped cheeta going down the track, I use sidewinder 30% worlds formula running excellent between 210 - 220 degrees
well... here is when it was on my Hyper8.5

here is on my D8...

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I have the EDO P7-R Rally version with TKO ceramic bearings, 8mm carb venturi, EFRA 2059 pipe and RB#6 plug., the things has insane power... it looks like a rapped cheeta going down the track, I use sidewinder 30% worlds formula running excellent between 210 - 220 degrees
well... here is when it was on my Hyper8.5

here is on my D8...


have you see any gain in performance with tko ceramics?from durability?how many gallons have you them?
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Old 10-08-2008, 03:47 AM   #220
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the P7-R is a very smooth engine but, with the ceramic bearings is super, super smooth and the top end feels and sounds way better than ever.. also the engine temp runs around 10 degrees lower... I already used two gallons of sidewinder 30% and the engine pinch still like when it was new
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the P7-R is a very smooth engine but, with the ceramic bearings is super, super smooth and the top end feels and sounds way better than ever.. also the engine temp runs around 10 degrees lower... I already used two gallons of sidewinder 30% and the engine pinch still like when it was new


id be careful in running it too long on the stock rod.....Jammin/Picco's like to stay tight for A LONG time....there for the rod takes a good beating the first while of its life....i would recommend having an extra rod on hand for when u feel that Rod slop and it needs replacing.
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id be careful in running it too long on the stock rod.....Jammin/Picco's like to stay tight for A LONG time....there for the rod takes a good beating the first while of its life....i would recommend having an extra rod on hand for when u feel that Rod slop and it needs replacing.
I picked up a rod + piston on ebay for $40.
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the P7-R is a very smooth engine but, with the ceramic bearings is super, super smooth and the top end feels and sounds way better than ever.. also the engine temp runs around 10 degrees lower... I already used two gallons of sidewinder 30% and the engine pinch still like when it was new
yea im running the same motor with ceramics and a jp-1 pipe but mine just feels like a lightswitch so i think this winter ill be purchasing a GRP, 2 of the local guys run them and they come off a 15-30 minute run at like 160 and have mad fuel milage and plenty of power
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yea im running the same motor with ceramics and a jp-1 pipe but mine just feels like a lightswitch so i think this winter ill be purchasing a GRP, 2 of the local guys run them and they come off a 15-30 minute run at like 160 and have mad fuel milage and plenty of power

take the JP-1 off the motor and its feel will change...try a 086 and you will see a significant improvement in trigger feel....of all the pipes I tested on the Picco the JP-1 had the most on/off feel........
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Any one try running a 2050 on it??

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