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Old 10-31-2007, 05:52 PM   #16
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Thanks for the info. I'll check all those things.

I'm running the Ofna non pullstart flywheel, ofna aluminum silver shoes, and ofna clutchbell. The flywheel nut is the one off my 28 that came on my Jammin RTR buggy.

I double checked a few things and it seems I have a bearing friction issue but not totally 100% sure. I'll get back to you later.

Again, thanks.
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cool. just might pick this motor up for next year. it's between the S7 and the Picco P7 EVo 2.

the Picco is actualy a very stout motor... maybe wont last quite as long as the RB, but its a much faster more powerful engine then the RB...... I have a Picco P7R that raced all season long and still makes awesome power on the dyno..... If your looking for something different the Picco is a powerhouse...
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